New Research Suggests Many Have COVID-19 Without Displaying Symptoms
It’s impossible to know who may be contagious
A flood of new research suggests that far more people have had the coronavirus (COVID-19) without any symptoms, fueling hope that it will turn out to be much less lethal than originally feared.
While that’s clearly good news, it also means it’s impossible to know who around you may be contagious. That complicates decisions about returning to work, school and normal life.
In the last week, reports of silent infections have come from a homeless shelter in Boston, a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier, pregnant women at a New York hospital, several European countries and California.
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