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UK Says Still No Evidence Vitamin D Prevents Or Treats COVID-19

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Yet another rapid review by the UK's NICE finds insufficient evidence to support taking vitamin D to prevent or treat COVID-19. Nevertheless, the UK government is handing out free vitamin D supplements to clinically vulnerable groups in England from Janurary. 

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