1. Over 80% of Young People May Be Asymptomatic, Study Shows

    Over 80% of Young People May Be Asymptomatic, Study Shows

    Experts from the Bruno Kessler Foundation in Trento, Italy, in collaboration with colleagues affiliated to the ATS Lombardy COVID-19 Task Force and various research institutions, conducted a study assessing what percentage of people who have contracted SARS-CoV-2 are likely to experience any symptoms. This preliminary study does not yet appear in a peer-reviewed journal, but its authors have made their findings available online, on the preprint platform arXiv.

    The rate of likely asymptomatic carriers of the coronavirus could have important implications for viral transmission, the study authors point out. “This work allows us to clearly show the difficulties in identifying infections with surveillance since the majority of these are not associated with respiratory symptoms or fever,” says study co-author Stefano ...

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