Based on the results of several other studies and cases of high blood sugar reported after the initial coronavirus infection, scientists are still trying to understand the type of diabetes caused by COVID-19. Both adults and adolescents have been diagnosed with relatively high blood sugar levels, so it is confusing to say whether it is type 1 or type 2 diabetes.
Type 1 diabetes is caused by a number of environmental and genetic factors, which are far more complex than the causes of type 2 diabetes. Thus, the risk of coronavirus leading to type 1 diabetes is very low.
When it comes to type 2 diabetes, scientists believe that the change in lifestyle due to the epidemic and the effects of coronavirus on the body may be the cause of this type of diabetes. However, something is not going to be confirmed. The main misconception is that neither type of diabetes is temporary. These are lifelong conditions and once diagnosed with them, the patient must take medication and follow other precautionary measures forever. Diabetes caused by coronavirus infection is temporary and is suspected to be a new type of diabetes. Further research is needed to better understand the situation.