2022, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part A
The effect of time exposure to sunlight on patients with COVID-19
Author(s): Marwa Thear Abed
Abstract: This cohort study investigates the association between the timing of exposure to sunshine and the severity of COVID-19 disease in Wasit, Iraq. The Questionnaire has to be filled out by Wasit patients diagnosed post-COVID-19. The study evaluated mild, moderate, and severe COVID-19 conditions. The period of exposure to sunlight was described as its daily exposure. According to the findings, daily exposure to sunshine for up to one hour reduces the severity of symptoms in 55.3% of participants, while a reduction in daily exposure reduces the severity of symptoms in 37.8% of respondents. Nevertheless, the absence of sun exposure was connected with serious sickness symptoms in 6.9% of the patients. This study indicated that regular sunshine exposure had a direct impact on the severity of COVID-19 symptoms.
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Marwa Thear Abed. The effect of time exposure to sunlight on patients with COVID-19. J Adv Microbiol Res 2022;3(1):53-56.