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Scientists: coronavirus may be asymptomatic in 70% of cases

Scientists: coronavirus may be asymptomatic in 70% of cases
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Transmission of coronavirus from person to person in 70% of cases may occur asymptomatically. So say experts at the National Center for Infectious Diseases in Singapore. Virus carriers may not have any signs of disease for up to four weeks, but during this period they are already dangerous to others.

As the TASS, according to scientists, carriers may not even get sick with a coronavirus, but be its distributors. They may even develop immunity, though it will take several years.

The absence of symptoms is the most dangerous feature of the coronavirus, as the infected continue to lead a normal lifestyle. The experts came to such conclusions, including the results of mass testing, which was carried out on cruise liners in Germany, Iceland, South Korea, and China.

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