Could vitamin D and zinc help to prevent Covid-19?

If you are not getting enough vitamin D either through exposure to the sun or your diet, then a supplement might be worth considering. — TNS

With a Covid-19 vaccine still far ahead in the future for most of us, our new normal is set to continue for now.

Many are currently taking vitamin supplements to bolster their immune system and help them fight off viruses like the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes Covid-19.

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