Asymptomatic transmission of coronavirus appears to be worse than SARS or influenza — 5 reasons you should care
How worried should you be about the asymptomatic transmission of COVID-19? The World Health Organization tried on Tuesday to clarify the comments made only 24 hours earlier that transmission of the novel coronavirus has occurred in "very rare" cases in carriers who do not show any obvious symptoms. Maria Van Kerkhove said it was "a misunderstanding to argue that asymptomatic transmission is very rare worldwide" and that her comments during Monday's WHO press conference were based on "a very small subset of studies".
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