Is Asymptomatic Spread of COVID-19 Very Rare? Depends How You Define ‘Asymptomatic’

New confusion over asymptomatic transmission of COVID-19. We’ve been told by public health experts for weeks that COVID-19 is being spread in part by masses of sick people who show no symptoms. Now, World Health Organization (WHO) epidemiologist Maria Van Kerkhove says spread by asymptomatic people is “very rare.” What?

Every report is confusing…now WHO also says if asymptomatic, you are not contagious? And then see below? Which is it?

— Greta Van Susteren (@greta) June 9, 2020

Former Food and Drug Administration head Scott Gottlieb said WHO is making premature conclusions. “Clearly there is some asymptomatic

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