Garvan Institute; The Kinghorn Cancer Centre; Cancer Council NSW; Positive Life NSW: St Vincent’s Centre for Applied Medical Research

Coronavirus Outcomes Registries in Immunocompromised Individuals Australia (CORIA) is an observation cohort study of immunosuppressed populations who test positive for COVID-19. This includes people living with HIV, cancer, acquired immunodeficiency associated with other immunosuppressive therapy, primary immunodeficiency and recipients of a solid organ transplant. The aim is to determine if immunocompromised populations will have higher rates of hospitalisation, admission to ICU and death, and longer duration of viral shedding after infection with COVID-19 compared to those reported in the literature on the general population.

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