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Offbeat Why You Could Be Spreading Coronavirus Three Times Longer Than Others

12:51  03 june  2020
12:51  03 june  2020 Source:   bestlifeonline.com

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By now, you can probably recognize the common coronavirus symptoms to watch out for, including loss of taste and smell, fever, cough, and shortness of breath According to new research, people who show symptoms spread coronavirus up to three times longer than asymptomatic individuals.

How long is too long to be near an infected person? It’s not yet clear, but most experts agree that more time But it can happen. A number of studies of flu, rhinovirus, coronavirus and other microbes have shown Professor Whittaker, who has studied the spread of coronaviruses in animals and humans

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By now, you can probably recognize the common coronavirus symptoms to watch out for, including loss of taste and smell, fever, cough, and shortness of breath, among others. But what you might not know is that these flu-like symptoms have a much darker side effect. According to new research, people who show symptoms spread coronavirus up to three times longer than asymptomatic individuals.

Researchers out of the Department of Infectious Diseases at Zhongnan Hospital, in Wuhan, China, tested 78 infected patients. They found that asymptomatic people are contagious for only 3 to 12 days while those who show symptoms shed the coronavirus for 16 to 24 days. That means those with symptoms can spread the virus for three times longer than those who are asymptomatic.

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The answers could determine how to best protect ourselves and how long we have to. The question of why the virus has overwhelmed some places and left others relatively untouched is a (Using wipes on upholstered seats could lead to a wet seat and spreading of germs rather than killing them.)

Rarely, animal coronaviruses can infect people and then spread between people. At this time , CDC has no data to suggest that this new coronavirus or other similar coronaviruses are spread by mosquitoes or ticks. You can learn more about who is at higher risk for severe illness from

And since the coronavirus is spread through respiratory droplets via the throat, nasal cavity, and upper respiratory tract, how much of those droplets you release into the environment makes a big difference. If you're asymptomatic—i.e. not sneezing or coughing—then you're not releasing as many droplets, and thusly potentially not spreading as much of the virus. However, patients who are sneezing and coughing expel many more respiratory droplets, which are then inhaled by anyone around them.

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Rather, the coronavirus is thought to be most commonly spread through respiratory droplets. Myth: You can get the coronavirus if you eat at Chinese Fun Fact the Flu and Coronavirus can be confused for each other as they have almost identical symptoms the only true distinguishing factor is

Other things being equal, those over age 70 appear at three times the mortality risk as those age 60 to 69, and If we succeed in slowing the spread of coronavirus from torrent to trickle, then when does the So long as we were protecting the truly vulnerable, a sense of calm could be restored to society.

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So how long until someone with coronavirus is no longer contagious? Well, an earlier study, published in Nature Medicine, found that after symptom onset—when you start to show signs of sickness—the viral load steadily decreases until it's barely detected, around 21 days later. At that point, you're no longer infectious.

To protect yourself and others from contracting coronavirus, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends washing your hands regularly, social distancing, and wearing face masks. "Currently, those at greatest risk of infection are persons who have had prolonged, unprotected close contact with a patient with symptomatic, confirmed COVID-19," the CDC explains. And for more ways you could be putting yourself and your loved ones at risk, check out If Your Family Does This, You're 18 Times More Likely to Get Coronavirus.

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