Use of vitamins in the treatment of covid-19
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The world has been witnessing the third big epidemic of coronavirus contamination, named COVID-19, that began at the end of 2019 throughout Wuhan, Hubei, China. The disease is spreading first to regional Countries in Asia and afterwards globally, after such a preliminary destructive pneumonia crisis of unknown etiology throughout China. Throughout COVID-19 cases, there seems to be a variety of symptoms, such as fever, dry cough, dyspnea, sore throat, and nasal inflammation. Even worse, there seems to be no remedy on either the horizon, but medical establishment representatives were continuing to evaluate the possible function of vitamin supplements as potential solutions for medication or in comparison to many other remedies. Vitamin D has several functions, like physical barriers, natural cellular immunity, and adaptive immunity, which lower the chance of microbial infection and death. Supplementing vitamin D clearly shows positive effects on viral infections, notably influenza and HIV. This descriptive study aims to examine existing and prospective human research of vitamins and supplements in COVID-19 diagnosis.