A new study conducted by Tulane National Primate Research Center has collected data pointing towards evidence that the coronavirus has a negative impact on four different areas of the male genital tract.
The 500-acre primate center where the study was conducted is located in Covington, Louisiana and houses upwards of 4,800 primates.
Results concluded that three male rhesus macaques tested showed evidence of coronavirus in their “penis, prostate, testicles and a network of temperature-regulating veins.”
Read the full article. A study using hamsters reported similar results last month.
Study: COVID-19 infects four areas of the male genital tract
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