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Old 17th April 2020, 05:19 PM   #9
Ulf Nereng
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Here's something I found interesting:

Dag Berild, a medical doctor and Associate Professor at Oslo University Hospital, argued that the low level of antibiotic resistant bacteria in Norwegian hospitals may also have played a role in the country's lower mortality rate.

"The argument for that is that many of the coronavirus pneumonia cases are complicated by bacterial pneumonia, so if that is the case with coronavirus, then patients in a country with a low resistance rate among bacteria would have a better prognosis than those in Italy, where they have an awful lot of resistant bacteria, particularly in Lombardy."

The article is about Norway's testing capacity which some may also find interesting:
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