I am still of the opinion that the answer to this question is of no use to you. Nobody wants to get sick, even “just a little.” So it’s much more important to know how to protect yourself against viral infections. At the moment it is certainly useful to ask more precisely which vitamins and minerals you consistently deny your body through your eating habits. So healthy nutrition.
And hygiene. Washing your hands. Do not get too close to others etc. Do not consume drinks or food together from one container (cup, can, fake …) and do not use the same cutlery (straw, spoon, fork etc).
Sure I can tell you that children under the age of 9 have not died from it yet. I can tell you that about 2,8 % of the sick people die from it. And that women are better off than men. What good does that do you? If you’re on the wrong side of the percentages, you’re gonna get it, even if you’re only one in a million. Besides, viruses have a nasty habit of changing themselves. What’s right today can be wrong tomorrow.
But the basic rules like healthy food etc. do not change at all. Your immune system is and remains the be-all and end-all when it comes to illness.