They say it never rains but it pours, and it's true for one man in the United States
According to the New York Post on July 22,A man in California has contracted both the novel coronavirus and monkeypox virusThe double pain kept him in bed for weeks.
Dr. Thompson, who was diagnosed with COVID-19 in late June, was diagnosed with monkeypox virus a few days later when he developed a red rash on his back, legs, arms and neck.
In an interview, Mr. Thompson said he suffered from fever, difficulty breathing, chills and body aches, and was unable to drink water for a while, but eventually improved after resting for several weeks.
It's worth noting that,In doing so, he became the first U.S. case of both COVID-19 and m& # 111nkeypox。
Dean & Middot, professor of medicine and infectious disease specialist at Stanford University; Dean Winslow, director of Winslow, said Mr. Thompson's situation was rare. But it is possible to contract m& # 111nkeypox and novel coronavirus at the same time. ”
According to Johns & Middot; According to Johns Hopkins University, as of 13:20 Beijing time on July 23,The cumulative number of COVID-19 infections in the United States has reached 9,367,064, with 1,026,883 cumulative deaths。
Monkeypox. According to the latest data from the CENTERS for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as of July 22,The United States has 2,891 confirmed cases of m& # 111nkeypox virus, with New York leading the way with 839。
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