About 16% of the men studied had the virus in their semen

A team of Chinese researchers took semen samples from 38 male COVID-19 patients in a hospital in China’s Henan province, which borders Wuhan, between January 26 and February 16. 

The researchers detected the virus, whose official name is SARS-CoV-2, in the semen in six of the 38 patients – about 16%. Of the six, four were at the acute stage of active infection and two had recovered.

The six who tested positive ranged in age from their 20s to their 50s.

“There was no significant difference between negative and positive test results for patients by age, urogenital disease history, days since onset, days since hospitalization, or days since clinical recovery,” the study authors wrote.

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