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“rare that an asymptomatic person actually transmits onward to a secondary individual,”said head of WHO’s emerging diseases “It’s very rare.”— InProportion2 (@InProportion2) June 8, 2020
Will the UK govt be "following the science" on this, or is it just endless lockdown for indeterminate purpose?https://t.co/dpTz871lJk
Why would anyone listen to recommendations from the WHO?— Haley Kennington (@kenningtonsays) June 8, 2020
All this rioting & looting has caused a major problem with their asymptomatic theory. Smh.
Also, the masks were seemingly only for making it more difficult to identify those looting/rioting.https://t.co/AqUiVJ3EMQ
This would be an absolute game changer for our modeling work on prevention strategies. It appears there are data behind this but I am unaware of them having been released. Does anyone have any knowledge of where these data may be available? https://t.co/tFAClVDZnk— Carl T. Bergstrom (@CT_Bergstrom) June 8, 2020
If the @WHO is correct, this is massive.— Henry Bolton OBE #StayAtHomeSaveLives ?? (@_HenryBolton) June 8, 2020
"From the data, it seems to be rare that an asymptomatic person transmits onward to a secondary individual... Asymptomatic spread of coronavirus is very rare”
If so, let’s get the economy moving @BorisJohnson
Contact tracing data from around the globe suggests that while there are instances of asymptomatic coronavirus patients transmitting the virus to others, they are not "a main driver" of new infections, World Health Organization officials said. https://t.co/ZhPD4y5AZ2— Linda Hill (@bulldoghill) June 8, 2020
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The WHO says that asymptomatic transmission is “very rare.”— Jeremy Faust MD MS (@jeremyfaust) June 8, 2020
That’s the headline.
Is that what @mvankerkhove is saying?
No, I do not think so.
Some thoughts in a brief ?https://t.co/S6KLtriOYV cc @jrovner @thehowie @MDaware @hmkyale @BillGates @AllisonRhines
The Coronapocalypse that wasn’t.— ??✝️D.Marie✝️?? (@dma4him) June 9, 2020
This hoax put millions out of work.?
The WHO, CDC, the #FraudFauci and his sidekick #ScarfQueen all need to be held accountable for this shitshow.
Asymptomatic spread of coronavirus is 'very rare,' WHO says https://t.co/MrEAseiiAe
main argument for shutdowns just blown apart by "the data"— steve hilton (@SteveHiltonx) June 8, 2020
we're now told it's "very rare" for people with no symptoms to spread the virus
on top of the protests, what possible reason is there not to re-open EVERYTHING, EVERYWHERE with NO RESTRICTIONS ?https://t.co/PRhQBoKNMF
The WHO said today that Coronavirus is contagious only when a person is sneezing or coughing, similar to a cold. It’s very rare to spread in “asymptomatic individuals!” ?— ????? MSTRISH KAG (@MspdcaliKag) June 9, 2020
WHO: Data suggests it's "very rare" for coronavirus to spread through asymptomatics https://t.co/WAexqhTJng
Contact tracing data suggest it's "very rare" for #coronavirus to spread through asymptomatics, @WHO says. It also warns that lack of symptoms is not a "get out of social distancing" free card, by @mmfernandez_ https://t.co/XFkQcfaRp9 via @axios #Covid19 #GlobalHealth— André Picard (@picardonhealth) June 8, 2020
BIG Deal: the World Health Organization said, a short time ago, that contact tracing from the around the world reveals it’s “VERY RARE” for asymptomatic people to spread #COVID19. It’s possible. It’s happened. It’s not a “main driver”. https://t.co/wSIA6bp2S0— David Begnaud (@DavidBegnaud) June 8, 2020
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