Surge in good news: Vitamin D levels may indeed be a factor in Covid-19 risk

In a retrospective study of individuals tested for COVID-19, vitamin D levels above those traditionally considered sufficient were associated with a lower risk of COVID-19.

A new research study at the University of Chicago Medicine has found that when it comes to COVID-19, having vitamin D levels above those traditionally considered sufficient may lower the risk of infection, especially for Black people.

Source: New Research Shows High Vitamin D Levels May Protect Against COVID-19, Especially for Black People

There are year’s worth of research on this and other respiratory viral infections that support measures to insure adequate vitamin D levels.