Study: Having O-type blood may help protect you against coronavirus

6/11/2020 4:27:00 AM

People with Type O are 20% LESS likely to test positive for COVID-19, study finds

People with Type O are 20% LESS likely to test positive for COVID-19, study finds

Preliminary data from a new 23andMe study found that people with type O blood were between 9% and 18% less likely than those with other blood types to test positive for coronavirus.

People with type O blood were between 9% and 18% less likely than those with other blood types to test positive for coronavirus.People with type O blood were between 9% and 18% less likely than those with other blood types to test positive for coronavirus.A couple who were set to go ahead with IVF have become proud parents of three identical triplets.Zoos will close permanently and animals have to be put down unless the Government allows them to reopen, MPs have warned ahead of a Commons debate on Thursday.

Those with O-type blood who had been exposed to the virus were between 13% and 26% less likely to test positive.Researchers say this indicates a link between variations in the ABO gene, which determines blood type, and COVID-19.Researchers say this indicates a link between variations in the ABO gene, which determines blood type, and COVID-19.Here’s how to help people impacted by Covid-19.The couple were in "total shock" when they saw three heartbeats at their six-week scan.

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I’m O Only 20%...meh. 🙋‍♀️ How do you get this O. Got to go down NHS? Awesome, I can finally go back to licking door handles. O+ Power!! No big difference. 🙋‍♂️ O

Study: Having O-type blood may help protect you against coronavirusPreliminary data from a new 23andMe study found that people with type O blood were between 9% and 18% less likely than those with other blood types to test positive for coronavirus. Who knows I do know 1 thing however..... My Guns will protect me from those “peaceful rioters”. 🍻 Not being a pussy will protect you Your genetic makeup might.

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