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Abstract : Smoking and OVID-19 may have a very bad effect on lungs because the local defenses are affected and due to the increases in the production of mucus that causes infection particularly in the respiratory system leading to illness. The current review is to provide evidences from previous studies regarding the correlation between tobacco and corona virus. The findings of the previous studies shows that there are a common symptoms that smokers have that share with COVID-19 patients, among them are; inflammation in immune systems, inflammation in lungs and respiratory system, however the risk of mortality in smokers if they are infected with COVID-19 is more than nonsmokers. Smoke and nicotine affect lungs, respiratory and immune systems, both smoke and corona virus share the same effects on the same organs and the same genes affected with smoke and COVID-19.

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