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People with blood type O may be less vulnerable to Covid-19 and have a reduced likelihood of getting severely ill, according to two studies published Wednesday. Experts say more research is needed.The research provides further evidence that blood type (also known as blood group) may play a role in a person's susceptibility to infection and their chance of having a severe bout of the disease.

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A new study published in Blood Advances this week suggests that individuals with Type O blood may be less likely to contract COVID-1.A new study published in Blood Advances this week suggests that individuals with Type O blood may be less likely to contract COVID-1.

Blood type may predict your COVID-19 risk, study shows - AOL Lifestyle

Two new studies suggest a link between people with type O blood and a decreased chance of contracting COVID-19, as well as milder symptoms for those who do.Two new studies suggest a link between people with type O blood and a decreased chance of contracting COVID-19, as well as milder symptoms for those who do.

People with blood type O may be less at risk from COVID-19, new studies find | ABC27

The research gives further evidence that blood type may play a role in someone’s susceptibility to infection and just how serious their illness is.The research gives further evidence that blood type may play a role in someone’s susceptibility to infection and just how serious their illness is.

People with Type O blood may have lower risk of COVID-19 infection, severe illness

In a new study published Wednesday, researchers in Canada found that, among 95 critically ill COVID-19 patients, 84 percent of those with the blood types A and AB required mechanical ventilation compared to 61 percent of patients with type O or type B, CNN reports. The former group also remained in theIn a new study published Wednesday, researchers in Canada found that, among 95 critically ill COVID-19 patients, 84 percent of those with the blood types A and AB required mechanical ventilation compared to 61 percent of patients with type O or type B, CNN reports. The former group also remained in the

Blood type may affect severity of COVID-19 infection, new study suggests