Sheeza Basharat
Sheeza Basharatover 1 year ago
Coinfected with COVID-19, HIV, and Monkeypox

Coinfected with COVID-19, HIV, and Monkeypox

Scientists have observed the first-ever case of a person getting COVID-19, Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), and monkeypox all at once. A case study published in the Journal of Infection revealed that a 36-year-old Italian man suffered from fever, sore throat, and fatigue after coming back from Spain’s trip earlier this summer where he had unprotected intercourse. The patient tested positive for the coronavirus on 2 July, and the next day he started showing symptoms of a rash and lesions on his legs, torso, face, and lower limbs. By 5 July, his rash grew and he went to a hospital for treatment. Subsequently, his test diagnosed him with monkeypox.

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