The Covid-19 virus is known to have a dangerous relationship with cases of infected people with diabetes which predominantly leads to death.
Many health experts also convinced that having diabetes could be one of the effects of coronavirus — even in some adults and children who do not have the traditional risk factors.
Mario Buelna, a healthy 28-year-old father, caught a fever and started having trouble breathing in June. He soon tested positive for Covid-19.
Weeks later, after what had seemed like a recovery, he felt weak and started vomiting. At 3am on August 1, he passed out on the floor of his home in Mesa, Arizona.
Paramedics rushed him to a nearby hospital, where doctors put him in intensive care after saving him from a coma. They told him he could have died.
Their diagnosis — type 1 diabetes — stunned and frightened him because he had no history of the disease.
“Covid triggered it,” Buelna said the doctors told him.
It’s already been well-documented that people with diabetes face much higher risks of severe illness or death if they contract Covid-19.