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Superbug may be spreading in hospitals overrun with COVID-19 – Live Science

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As COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to surge around the world, another dangerous infection may also be sickening patients: a drug-resistant superbug called Candida auris, National Geographic reported
.
The superbug is a yeast
that can infect the ears and open wounds, and it can also enter the bloodstream to trigger severe infection throughout the body, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
(CDC). The yeast clings to surfaces and spreads easily in health care settings,…

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