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Dr. Safa Mote
Almost half of the cases were true asymptomatic carriers, with a similar viral load to symptomatic patients. A definite reason to mandate UNIVERSAL FACE MASKS.
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Joseph Horner Jun 30
Replying to @SafaMote @HowardBeck
huh? I thought this study suggested asymptomatic spreading was rare?
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Dr. Safa Mote Jun 30
Please read the next tweet in that thread from Dr. :
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Dave Blake, PhD Jun 30
Replying to @SafaMote
Given their data, they could also have made a profound statement about susceptibility and age. Extended Table 2! Wow!
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Dr. Safa Mote Jun 30
Replying to @_stah
Certainly.
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Magilla Gorilla 39 Jun 30
Replying to @SafaMote @DrEricDing
This is an interesting finding. Before the lockdown the median Serial Interval was on the order of 5-7 days, but after the two week lockdown it's much shorter, perhaps 2-3 days. This suggests more household transmission during lockdown.
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Magilla Gorilla 39 Jun 30
Replying to @SafaMote @DrEricDing
This may suggest that the initial impact of the lockdown is in the wrong direction.
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MAB@May-Bee Jun 30
Replying to @SafaMote @DrEricDing
Similar viral load in asymptomatic and symptomatic, that is scary.
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Whiskey    |...N...|    Compass Jun 30
Replying to @SafaMote @DrEricDing
As on the Diamond Princess.
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Bill Kerr Jun 30
Replying to @SafaMote
Bizarre. Maybe it's the degree to which the innate immune cells freak out due to the presence of the virus that determines severity of disease?
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Yolo Contendere Jun 30
Replying to @KerrShip @SafaMote
Certainly a reasonable hypothesis that’s been floated before. To be determined...
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