'Men are twice as likely to die of coronavirus than women', says report
'Men are twice as likely to die of coronavirus than women', says report

Beijing: The havoc of Corona, which has been steadily increasing for the past several days, has been an enemy of innocent people's lives, thousands of deaths every day due to this virus. At the same time, the eggs of the infected are constantly growing, not only that but now the coronavirus has also taken the form of an epidemic, after which the food shortage is increasing in the homes of people, not knowing that due to this virus and such There are so many innocent lives that have come to the brink of destruction. The death toll has crossed 2 lakh 17 thousand worldwide and still, no break of this virus has been found.

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According to the information, men and women have been infected with the coronavirus in the same way, but men are getting death more due to this virus than women. A result published in the journal Frontiers in Public Health suggested that additional care may be required for older men or people with underlying conditions. So far, researchers have confirmed that chronic coronavirus patients and people with certain underlying conditions, such as heart disease and respiratory disease, are at greater risk of death. However, Dr Jin-Cui Yang, a physician at Beijing Tongren Hospital in China, noticed a trend among COVID-19 patients who died.

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He said that at the beginning of January we saw that the number of men who died from COVID-19 appeared more than women. Yang said that this raises a question: are men more likely to die from COVID-19 coronavirus? We found that no one had measured gender differences in COVID-19 patients, and therefore began investigating. For the findings, the research team analyzed several patient datasets to see how men and women react to the coronavirus. This included data from 43 patients who were treated by doctors themselves and a publicly available dataset on 1,056 COVID-19 patients. The virus responsible for COVID-19 is similar to the virus behind the 2003 SARS outbreak, and it engages the same protein, called ACE2, that attacks cells.

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