Data were retrieved from CDARS on January 22, 2021. Baseline date was defined as the date of diagnosis of COVID‐19 by virological results. Demographic data including date of birth and sex were captured. Death and its date were captured and ascertained using data from CDARS and the Hong Kong Death Registry. At baseline, hematological and virological parameters, liver and renal biochemistries, and other relevant laboratory parameters were collected. Thereafter, serial laboratory parameters, as well as SARS‐CoV‐2 viral assays were collected until the last follow‐up date (Supporting Table S1). We also retrieved data on other relevant diagnoses, procedures, concomitant drugs, and exposure to antivirals, antibiotics and antifungals, corticosteroids, interferon‐beta, immunoglobulin, and other COVID‐19 therapeutics before baseline and during hospitalization (Supporting Table S2).

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