Type A Blood may be More Likely to get Sick (and Die) than Type O
From the Daily Mail:
A person’s blood type may make them more susceptible to catching the novel coronavirus spreading around the world, a new study claims.
The research states an individual with type A blood is significantly more likely to catch the virus than someone with type O blood.
It also appears people with type A blood are more likely to die from COVID-19.
More than one in four (41 per cent) of the coronavirus deaths in the study were people with type A blood. In the normal and uninfected population, just 34 per cent of people have type A blood.