Any thoughts on this? Have any other reliable studies been done??
Sounds about right. If asymptomatic carriers were real contagious, everyone would have it. Most thi!gs biological exist along a distribution, often some variation of a bell curve. Some with mild infections, minimal to no cough and nasty secretions, and some with heavy viral loads and spewing virus everywhere, and a lot somewhere in the middle.
Probably a bigger problem is people who are symptomatic but either don’t care or misdiagnose themselves. Like this choir practice nobody originally reported having symptoms but upon further digging they actually did have mild symptoms:
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