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Overuse Of Antibiotics For COVID-19 To Blame In ‘Super Gonorrhea’ Spike In U.S.

The World Health Organization (WHO) told the Sun a mutant, more powerful strain of the burning STD is spreading worldwide … partly because of the pandemic, which has gotten more people on drugs and antibiotics — plus, limited their access to healthcare.

The WHO rep says, “Overuse of antibiotics in the community can fuel the emergence of antimicrobial resistance in gonorrhea. Azithromycin — a common antibiotic for treating respiratory infections — was used for Covid-19 treatment earlier in the epidemic.”

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