Chronic kidney disease is the leading risk factor of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) hospitalizations in the United States. People living with end-stage renal disease who contract COVID-19 are 11 times more likely to be admitted to the hospital than individuals with COVID-19 who do not have kidney disease. By comparison, individuals with chronic bronchitis are about six times more likely to hospitalized due to COVID-19 while people with heart failure are about five times more likely to be admitted. People with diabetes are nearly twice as likely to be admitted for COVID-19 complications as . . .