COVID-19 affects kidney and blood – Lagos Health Commissioner

Lagos State Health Commissioner, Prof Akin Abayomi, has stated that the coronavirus infection affects the kidney and the blood.

COVID-19 affects kidney and blood - Lagos Health Commissioner

The coronavirus is an ongoing global pandemic which has killed over 200,000 people.

Speaking during a programme on Arise News earlier today, the Lagos commissioner warned that obese, diabetic, and hypertensive persons should be “very careful” as their condition pose a likely risk of being infected with the lethal virus.

“There are new discoveries about the COVID-19 virus. For instance, it is not a straightforward respiratory problem. We have found out that it impacts the blood, the kidneys.

“The common denominator are diabetes, hypertension, and underlying immunological problems. Obesity is also a possible risk factor. We watch such people closely. If you fall into any of these categories, you have to be very careful,” he said.

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COVID-19 affects kidney and blood – Lagos Health Commissioner

Lagos State Health Commissioner, Prof Akin Abayomi, has stated that the coronavirus infection affects the kidney and the blood.

COVID-19 affects kidney and blood - Lagos Health Commissioner

The coronavirus is an ongoing global pandemic which has killed over 200,000 people.

Speaking during a programme on Arise News earlier today, the Lagos commissioner warned that obese, diabetic, and hypertensive persons should be “very careful” as their condition pose a likely risk of being infected with the lethal virus.

“There are new discoveries about the COVID-19 virus. For instance, it is not a straightforward respiratory problem. We have found out that it impacts the blood, the kidneys.

“The common denominator are diabetes, hypertension, and underlying immunological problems. Obesity is also a possible risk factor. We watch such people closely. If you fall into any of these categories, you have to be very careful,” he said.

READ ALSO!
Coronavirus: Lagos mortuaries now full and need urgent decongestion – Governor Sanwo-Olu

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