Vitamin D and Covid-19: An Update

Why vitamin D probably still can’t cure Covid-19

Pictured: Probably not a cure for everything. Photo: Pexels

There are many scientific questions that have come up during the pandemic. We’ve investigated the efficacy of hydroxychloroquine, looked into school closures, and even checked to see whether spectacles could protect you from getting Covid-19 (the jury is still out on that one).




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