Annals of Public Health Reports

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Review Article Pages 224-227

Vitamin D and its Effects on COVID-19

Authors: Sravya Iyyuni, BS, Michael Imeokparia, MD and Anand Seth, PhD

Abstract: Vitamin D plays an important role in supporting the immune system. Its expression on vital immune cells like B, T, and antigen-presenting cells has become an important topic of research in response to the current COVID-19 pandemic. The purpose of vitamin D is vital not only to supporting the role of bones and muscle development, but also in its involvement in the regulation of mood and the immune system. This “sunshine vitamin”, due to its role in developing immunity within both adaptive and innate forms, is important to investigate with regards to disease prevention.

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Review Article Pages 216-223

Comparison between the 2020 Coronavirus-19 and the 1665 Great Plague of London

Authors: Eugene Stephane Mananga and Lamisa Rusmeha

Abstract: We are currently encountering one of the most disruptive pandemics in modern history. The outbreak of COVID-19 was first reported in the Chinese province of Hubei, which has now spread throughout the world resulting in about 81.5 million Covid-19 cases and 1.8 million deaths across 217 countries. Where we stand today, it is yet as dubious whether the number of cases will continue to rise and cause destruction or will it come to a halt. But it is certain that this is a crucial moment and that we are enduring a historic event that will reconstruct our societies both fundamentally and

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Research Article Pages 207-215

Distribution of Dengue Virus Serotypes in Jazan Region, Southwest Saudi Arabia

Authors: Ommer Dafalla, Abdulaziz Hakami, Elsiddig Noureldin, Siddig Abdelwahab, Yehya Hejri, Tareq Khawaji, Jaber Ghzwani, Omar Mashi, Khalid Shrwani, Tariq Hamzi, Abdullatif Matabi, Abdullah Aghamdi and Zaki Eisa

Abstract: Nearly half of the world’s population are at risk of dengue fever (DF) which is a serious threat to the majority of international public health. Recently, Dengue viruses (DENVs) considered a re-emerging arthropod-borne viral disease that has been growing its transmission in numerous geographic areas across the world, causing dengue-endemic in more than 125 countries globally.

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