Study: Drinking wine, champagne could reduce risk of getting COVID-19

Researchers believe wine protected more against COVID-19 because of its other health benefits like decreasing blood pressure and reducing inflammation.

News 12 Staff

Jan 26, 2022, 11:16 AM

Updated 816 days ago

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A recent study from the UK found that drinking wine may reduce the risk of getting COVID-19.
The study found certain types of alcohol could impact how susceptible a person is to getting COVID-19.
According to the study, people who drank red wine, white wine and champagne were less likely to get COVID-19. But those who drank beer and liquor were more likely to become sick.
Researchers believe wine protected more against COVID-19 because of its other health benefits  like decreasing blood pressure and reducing inflammation.


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