1. Blood clots in the lung may be a major cause of COVID-19 deaths  The Hindu
  2. Children half as likely as adults to get coronavirus, study says  The Guardian
  3. COVID-19 Damages Lungs Differently Than Flu: Study  MedicineNet
  4. Blood Vessels in Lungs Split in Response to COVID-19  WebMD
  5. 'Distinct features of deceased COVID-19 patients' lungs revealed'  Deccan Herald
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Many infected patients had elevated levels of a marker of thrombosis in blood vesselsMany infected patients had elevated levels of a marker of thrombosis in blood vessels

Blood clots in the lung may be a major cause of COVID-19 deaths - The Hindu

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A new autopsy study that investigated lung changes in response to COVID-19 down to the genetic and molecular levels has revealed startling new details about damage from the infection.A new autopsy study that investigated lung changes in response to COVID-19 down to the genetic and molecular levels has revealed startling new details about damage from the infection.

Blood Vessels in Lungs Split in Response to COVID-19

“If you have chronic lung disease or asthma, you are at higher risk for getting seriously ill from #coronavirus. Learn how you can take steps to protect yourself and slow the spread at https://t.co/AQNIXXH240. #COVID19”

Dr. Robert R. Redfield on Twitter: "If you have chronic lung disease or asthma, you are at higher risk for getting seriously ill from #coronavirus. Learn how you can take steps to protect yourself and slow the spread at https://t.co/AQNIXXH240. #COVID19… https://t.co/w5GapcTgpJ"

“Autopsy series of 7 patients who died from #COVID19 indicates a pattern of new lung blood vessels, "intussusceptive angiogenesis" and endothelial inflammation @NEJM today, link to follow later”

Eric Topol on Twitter: "Autopsy series of 7 patients who died from #COVID19 indicates a pattern of new lung blood vessels, "intussusceptive angiogenesis" and endothelial inflammation @NEJM today, link to follow later… https://t.co/haVgJGkWrU"

“We're in the middle of a health crisis attacking peoples’ lungs, but EPA Admin Wheeler is waging a full out assault on air quality standards. His job is to protect public health and he's taking actions that will make the #COVID19 crisis worse. He should be ashamed of himself.”

Ed Markey on Twitter: "We're in the middle of a health crisis attacking peoples’ lungs, but EPA Admin Wheeler is waging a full out assault on air quality standards. His job is to protect public health and he's taking actions that will make the #COVID19 crisis worse. He should be ashamed of himself."

“⚠️Right ventricle (RV) enlargement was the best predictor of which severe #COVID19 patients were most likely to die. RV enlargement can be caused by high blood pressure in the lungs (pulmonary hypertension) via clots, lung damage, obesity... @thespybrief https://t.co/yepT241Pab”

Dr. Dena Grayson on Twitter: "⚠️Right ventricle (RV) enlargement was the best predictor of which severe #COVID19 patients were most likely to die. RV enlargement can be caused by high blood pressure in the lungs (pulmonary hypertension) via clots, lung damage, obesity... @thespybrief https://t.co/yepT241Pab"

Scientists have described the clinical features of the lungs of those who died due to COVID-19, findings which shed more light on the course of the novel coronavirus infection, and may help discover new drugs against the disease. Follow latest updates on the COVID-19 pandemic hereScientists have described the clinical features of the lungs of those who died due to COVID-19, findings which shed more light on the course of the novel coronavirus infection, and may help discover

'Distinct features of deceased COVID-19 patients' lungs revealed' | Deccan Herald

Researchers who examined the lungs of patients killed by COVID-19 found evidence that it attacks the lining of blood vessels there, a critical difference from the lungs of people who died of the flu, according to a report in the New England Journal of Medicine.Researchers who examined the lungs of patients killed by COVID-19 found evidence that it attacks the lining of blood vessels there, a critical difference from the lungs of people who died of the flu, according to a report in the New England Journal of Medicine.

More evidence emerges on why COVID-19 is so much worse than the flu

LOS ANGELES - A recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine on Thursday found increasing evidence that points to the severity of COVID-19 over the seasonal flu.LOS ANGELES - A recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine on Thursday found increasing evidence that points to the severity of COVID-19 over the seasonal flu. Researchers examined seven lungs from patients who died of COVID-19 and compared them with seven lungs from patients who died of pneumonia caused by the flu. They also examined 10 uninfected lungs matched by age and used as a means of experiment control.

Study finds COVID-19 attacks lining of blood vessels in lungs, causes microscopic blood clots | Q13 FOX News

Autopsies of several people who died of COVID-19 confirmed what doctors have seen: The virus is really tough on the lungs.Autopsies of several people who died of COVID-19 confirmed what doctors have seen: The virus is really tough on the lungs.

More evidence emerges on why coronavirus is so much worse than the flu | The Seattle Times

According to the study, both SARS-CoV-2 and H1N1 are the same category of virus, and both infect the respiratory tract.According to the study, both SARS-CoV-2 and H1N1 are the same category of virus, and both infect the respiratory tract.

Deceased Covid-19 Patients' Lung Blood Vessels Have Distinct Feature: Scientists