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Figure 1: Follicular conjunctivitis following COVID-19: A 30-year-old man developed bilateral follicular conjunctivitis 13 days after mild COVID-19 infection. Slit lamp examinations showed evidence of acute viral conjunctivitis. (a and d)The examination on illness day 13 showed moderate conjunctival injection and inferior palpebral conjunctival follicles. (b and e) Examinations on illness day 17 and (c and f) illness on day 19 demonstrated that treatment with ribavirin eye-drops gradually improved the patient's symptoms. (Reproduced with permission from Chen L, Liu M, Zhang Z, Qiao K, Huang T, Chen M, Xin N, Huang Z, Liu L, Zhang G, Wang J. Ocular manifestations of a hospitalised patient with confirmed 2019 novel coronavirus disease. Br J Ophthalmol. 2020;104:748-51)

Figure 1: Follicular conjunctivitis following COVID-19: A 30-year-old man developed bilateral follicular conjunctivitis 13 days after mild COVID-19 infection. Slit lamp examinations showed evidence of acute viral conjunctivitis. (a and d)The examination on illness day 13 showed moderate conjunctival injection and inferior palpebral conjunctival follicles. (b and e) Examinations on illness day 17 and (c and f) illness on day 19 demonstrated that treatment with ribavirin eye-drops gradually improved the patient's symptoms. (Reproduced with permission from Chen L, Liu M, Zhang Z, Qiao K, Huang T, Chen M, Xin N, Huang Z, Liu L, Zhang G, Wang J. Ocular manifestations of a hospitalised patient with confirmed 2019 novel coronavirus disease. Br J Ophthalmol. 2020;104:748-51)