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Clinical features and molecular epidemiology of coronavirus-HKU1-associated community-acquired pneumonia

Clinical features and molecular epidemiology of coronavirus-HKU1-associated community-acquired pneumonia

Hong Kong Medical Journal 15(Suppl. 9): 46-47

1. Coronavirus (CoV)-HKU1 accounts for 2.4% of community-acquired pneumonia. 2. Clinical features alone cannot differentiate this entity from other community-acquired pneumonia. 3. Further studies are needed to understand the significance of CoV-HKU1 in upper respiratory tract infection and its potential to cause outbreaks of acute viral respiratory illnesses.

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