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News · May 16, 2023

Prevalence of Certain Bacterial Coinfections Low for Young COVID-19-Positive Febrile Infants

Febrile infants testing positive for SARS-CoV-2, especially those aged 29 to 60 days, have low prevalence of UTI, bacteremia, bacterial meningitis



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