British scientists have advised the government to include vitamin D in common foods such as milk and double bread to prevent coronavirus.
British experts say that half of the British population is deficient in vitamins and the government’s directive to take supplements from the public has not been effective.
Experts say some studies have shown that low levels of vitamin D can increase the risk of contracting the corona virus.
A study conducted in Spain last week found that 82% of the 216 coronavirus patients admitted to hospitals had low levels of the vitamin. Other respiratory illnesses have little or no effect.