Prevalence and clinical outcomes of viral and bacterial coinfections in hospitalized COVID-19 patients

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In a recent study, researchers analyzed the occurrence of bacterial and viral infections in adults hospitalized with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) to determine the clinical and demographic features, outcomes, and microbial spectrums associated with bacterial coinfections and the prevalence of viral coinfections.

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