Coronavirus and Diabetes: Knowing Your Risk
April 1, 2020 | View PDF
by Mary Elizabeth Adams
Many people are concerned about their risk for contracting this novel coronavirus, COVID-19. And for good reason.
For people with diabetes, we are being consistently told we are high-risk. Questions are flying around the internet with people trying to comprehend just how “high-risk” they are, given their specific type of chronic illness.
While everyone (globally) is still assessing the life cycle and repercussions of COVID-19, we do have some early data to help us
assess individual risk with this novel coronavirus for people with diabetes.
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