. However, a study at the Mayo Clinic also found that
and similar red grape juices.
The study analyzed 473,957 subjects (of whom 16,559 tested positive for COVID-19) to establish a link between COVID history and drinking habits during the pandemic.
Those who drank alcohol 14 glasses of red and fortified wine per week found to reduce 10% to 17% and 12% respectively COVID-19 virus infection, respectively, when compared with those who did not drink at all.
Moreover, Drinking white wine or champagne is 8% less likely to get the virus.
While it may seem tempting to conclude that drinking red wine can help ward off the highly contagious coronavirus, the study doesn’t exactly depict this. The findings describe a number that correlates rather than directly affects COVID-19.
Are all drinks effective?
When studying and analyzing the protective effects of alcoholic beverages against COVID-19It was found that only wine (and not other alcoholic beverages) was shown to be good at reducing risk of COVID-19. Scientists consider wine with high polyphenol content responsible for the reduction risk of respiratory conditions.
Those who drank alcohol beer and cider (any amount) found to have a 28% higher risk of contracting COVID-19 with five or more drinks per week indicates an increased risk of infection.
However, the study also warned against drinking a lot of alcohol during the pandemic.