New research suggests that people with Type O blood are less susceptible to coronavirus, while people with Type A blood seem to be more susceptible.

Your blood type could affect your coronavirus risk, new study

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2020-07-08 12:56:07
New research suggests that people with Type O blood are less susceptible to coronavirus, while people with Type A blood seem to be more susceptible. “The genes that code for you blood type also code for … parts of your immune system,” NBC medical correspondent Dr. John Torres tells TODAY – but he cautions that even if you are Type O, you are not immune to the virus.
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