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Coronavirus: Public Health England calls for action on obesity in Covid-19 fight

New evidence links obesity to increased risks of coronavirus-related hospitalisation, intensive care and death

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The case for action on obesity has “never been stronger”, according to Public Health England , who today publish a review of evidence which shows that being overweight remains one of the biggest risk factors in the battle against Covid-19.

The health agency’s review of evidence relating to weight and the effects of the virus, published on Saturday, found that the risks of hospitalisation, intensive care treatment and death all “seem to increase progressively with increasing BMI (body mass index) above the healthy weight range”.

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