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E.g. could you be infected by COVID-19 as well as a different strand of coronaviruses (e.g. those that circulate in the population every flu season)?

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    – David
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    $\begingroup$ I honestly don't think this is a bad question... though I think you'll need to be a bit more detailed and probably have to do more research and edit to show exactly what research you've done and what is confusing you. $\endgroup$
    – rotaredom
    Mar 21, 2020 at 16:16

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Yes:

Coinfections involving multiple HCoVs were also detected (Table 2).

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