This paper is interesting.
It reports a very low odds ratio for death in patients taking ACE inhibitors (but not ARBs) compared to those not taking these medications, among hospitalized patients who tested positive for COVID-19. Point estimate is 0.33.
The odds ratio is so low that I strongly suspect an artifact explains the finding. I have been thinking about what the explanation might be.
I have very recently learned of the Table 2 Fallacy. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3626058/
I find myself wondering if it applies to this paper, or does not, or is it impossible to tell?