Asexual coronavirus carriers of aeronautical loads are surprisingly high, the study suggests –

Asexual coronavirus carriers of aeronautical loads are surprisingly high, the study suggests

People who are infected with coronovirus carry similar levels of pathogens in their nose, throat and lungs, whether they have symptoms or not, a new study in South Korea showed on Thursday.

Paper published in JAMA Internal Medicine, Is an important biological line of evidence in support of the idea that asymptomatic carriers can stretch COVID-19.

Until now, experts have relied on asymptomatic outbreaks when people contract the virus without contact with a known carrier.

A team of researchers led by Seungjae Lee at Sunchunyang University College of Medicine, after an outbreak between a religious group in another city from 6 March to 26 March, took part in a center in Cheon of a swab isolated from 303 people. Analyzed.

The group consisted of 22 to 36 years of age and two-thirds were women. Of the total, 193 were symptomatic and 110 were asymptomatic.

Of those who were initially asymptomatic, 89 never developed symptoms – about 30 percent of the total.

The discovery itself helps to understand which parts of infected people are actually asymptomatic, rather than simply being “prescriptive,” an illusion.

All were sampled at regular intervals after eight days of isolation, and the samples returned values ​​comparable to the genetic content of the virus from the upper and lower airways.

The average time taken for patients to return negative tests was marginally shorter for asymptomatic patients compared to symptomatic: 17 and 19.5 days, respectively.

The authors wrote their findings “offering biological potential” to report asymptomatic transmission.

But he said his study only looked at the amount of viral genetic material and did not attempt to follow the subjects to see if it translated to the spread of the infectious virus.

© Agnes France-Presse


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