The risk was highest among 'front door' staff, like paramedics and A&E workers.
The trial aims to uncover whether the medication speeds up a patient’s recovery and prevents them being taken to hospital.
Treatments have come a long way, however, the scientists stressed we must not become complacent.
Dr Amrapali Maitra argues medics 'struggle to support families who cannot follow the usual customs of grief'.
There is no evidence the coronavirus spreads via breast milk, however, medics have provided a list of 'best practices'.
Signs of a disorder were found to be more common among young people who worry about the coronavirus.
Treatments are most effective during the early stages of the disease, however, a lack of a test means many cases are missed.
Previous research has suggested Britons may have fallen into bad habits while spending more time at home.
Studies are not set up to show a vaccine candidate reduces the risk of hospitalisation, intensive care admission or death.