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Clinical and laboratory characteristics of hepatitis C and COVID‐19 coinfection: Prolonged RNA shedding in nonhospitalized case – Wiley

Nonhospitalized COVID‐19 and hepatitis C‐coinfected patient presented prolonged RNA shedding and mild course of infection. This finding demonstrated the importance…

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1 INTRODUCTION
A little is known about the clinical and laboratory characteristics of COVID19 and hepatitis C virus (HCV) coinfection. Here, we described a coinfection case that presented a long viral shedding what could increase the potential for development of severe immune suppression in these patients.
Severe acute respiratory syndromecorona virus2 (SARSCoV2) causes coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID19) that was first reported in China leading to pandemic all over the world. Some studies have reporting…

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