One-third of hospitalized coronavirus patients have kidney damage and high levels of the virus in the organs, two studies reveal

Studies are continuing to emerge that the novel coronavirus attacks and severely damages the kidneys.

Research has mostly focused on the ways the virus attacks the lungs, but two new reports reveal high levels of the virus in the kidneys and kidney injury in more than one-third of coronavirus patients.

In one study, about 90 percent of patients who were on a ventilator suffered from kidney damage.

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