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The study also stated that people with blood type A were 50% more likely than people with other blood types to experience severe COVID-19 symptoms and respiratory failure. Scientists were able to uncover this connection by using genome-wide association. By looking at single-letter changes in genes across a large population, researchers can pinpoint gene variations.⁣
Researchers hope to use genetic tests and blood types to identify those who might be at greater risk. Please note that genes are not the only factor. Underlying health conditions such as heart disease, chronic lung disease, and diabetes also increase your chances of greater symptoms.⁣
If you are at greater risk please continue to follow the guidelines:⁣
Wash your hands often⁣
Avoid close contact with those outside your home or those that are sick⁣
Cover your nose and mouth with a cloth face covering when around others⁣
Cover coughs and sneezes⁣
Clean and disinfect⁣
Monitor your health