Were fears about asymptomatic Covid spread overblown? Infected people without symptoms are TWO-THIRDS less likely to pass virus on, study finds
- Scientists analysed data from over 28,000 Covid infections from 42 countries
- Cases were from towards the start of the pandemic in April 2020 up to July 2021
- They found asymptomatic people were less-likely to spread the virus to others
- Brits were urged in the pandemic to ‘act like you’ve got it’ and obey lockdowns
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