The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that a Florida mother has tested positive for the coronavirus.
Her daughter and another woman also had the infection.
The Centers for Diseases Control and Protection (CDC) says that the case is the first confirmed case of disseminative histoplasma capsulatum in the United States.
The CDC says that while cases of disseminate histoplasia capsulata are not uncommon in the U.S., cases of this strain are not as common in other countries.CDC says the patient has been taken to a hospital for evaluation.
Cases of disseminating histoplasms capsulatis have been reported in other parts of the world, including Australia, Japan, China and France.
CDC says this strain of histoplasmal infection has been linked to other illnesses, including:Influenza: An outbreak of the respiratory disease in the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and Spain, which began in December 2014, is now believed to be the most severe to date.
HIV: A rare but now-common coronaviruses variant, which can cause respiratory problems in as many as 3 percent of people, is spreading in Africa.
Flu: Cases of influenza-like illness, including pneumonia, are rising in the European Union, where the virus is circulating.
Pneumonia: The virus has now been found in more than one million people worldwide, with cases in the West and the United Sates and New Zealand, the CDC says.
Tuberculosis: The U.K. has recorded more than 2,000 new cases of tuberculosis in 2016, and the first cases of TB in the country have been identified in the past two years.
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