In the beginning of the epidemic/pandemic I already sent you work on vitamin K and It’s very likely protective effects on covid-19, but of course if the “peer-reviewers” are on vacation or to busy with their own issues then a simple safe treatment maybe with-hold form the population by governments………..How sad!

Review
Potential Beneficial Effects of Vitamin K in SARS-CoV-2
Induced Vascular Disease?
Mateusz Kudelko 1,†, Tsz Fung Yip 2,†, Grace Chun Hei Law 3 and Suki Man Yan Lee 1,2,*


Published: 17 February 2021
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1 Biotheus (Hong Kong) Limited, Hong Kong Science and Technology Park, Hong Kong, China;
mkudelko@gmail.com
2 Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine, School of Public Health, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China;
tfyip@connect.hku.hk
3 School of Nursing, Tung Wah College, 31 Wylie Road, Homantin, Hong Kong, China; gracelaw@twc.edu.hk

  • Correspondence: suki@hku.hk or myleesuki01@gmail.com
    † These authors contribute equally.

Abstract: Prevalent coagulopathy and thromboembolism are observed in severe COVID-19 patients with 40% of COVID-19 mortality being associated with cardiovascular complications. Abnormal coagulation parameters are related to poor prognosis in COVID-19 patients. Victims also displayed presence of extensive thrombosis in infected lungs. Vitamin K is well-known to play an essential role in the coagulation system. Latest study revealed an existing correlation between vitamin K deficiency and COVID-19 severity, highlighting a role of vitamin K, probably via coagulation modulation. In agreement, other recent studies also indicated that anti-coagulant treatments can reduce mortality in severe cases. Altogether, potential mechanisms linking COVID-19 with coagulopathy in which vitamin K may exert its modulating role in coagulation related with disease pathogenesis are established. In this review, we discuss the recent evidence supporting COVID-19 as a vascular disease and explore the potential benefits of using vitamin K against COVID-19 to improve disease outcomes.