According to a UK study, the so-called silent spreaders of the coronavirus could be much more than expected before. They found that more than two-thirds of the people who tested Covid-19 positive were asymptomatic on the day they tested themselves. The data, which is collected by the UK statistics body, was studied by the University College London researchers, which showed that 36,061 individuals took a coronavirus test as part of the survey between 26 April and 27 June 2020, and out of it 86.1% of them who tested positive did not report any symptoms. The 115 people tested positive for the virus, but out of it, only 16 reported the symptoms linked with the virus.
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