Mechanism of Boosting Immunity against COVID-19 and also its Immune Response: A Review | Abstract

International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)


Mechanism of Boosting Immunity against COVID-19 and also its Immune Response: A Review

Author(s):Bizualem Shenkutie*, Molla Tadesse, Selamawit Solomon

Coronaviruses possess a typical morphology, the name being derived from the outer fringe or “corona” of embedded envelope protein. Members of the family Coronaviridae cause a broad spectrum of animal and human diseases. The novel corona virus (COVID-19) was first identified in China and is pandemic worldwide and it has not the right treatment. Therefore, the current review focused on mechanism of boosting immune system against covid19. The review concentrated on current literature on Corona virus, COVID-19, Vitamins and Immunity with scientifically proven efficacy was carried out using electronic databases such as Science Direct, Google Scholar, Cochrane library and PubMed. Among a total of 5000 studies, eleven studies were included in this review. The current review showed Vitamins (Vitamin C, VitaminB6and, Vitamin D and Vitamin E are the most powerful way to boost immune system against coronavirus (COVID-19). However, further study should be done another option of boosting immune system by the aid of laboratory.

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