When your child gets hit by two infections


Co-infections can have poor health outcomes, and some can even be fatal. — AFP

During the Covid-19 pandemic, co-infections with other pathogens were observed in some patients and linked to worse outcomes.

Understanding what a co-infection is may help to improve treatment and prevention.

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