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'Asymptomatic Covid-19 patients don't have potential to infect others'

Bernama

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CORONAVIRUS | COVID-19 positive individuals who are asymptomatic do not have the potential to infect others because they have a low “virus load” compared to those who are symptomatic, said Health director-general Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.

He, however, said that infectivity could occur two days before the affected individual showed symptoms.

“So, we need to differentiate that the ones without symptoms do not have any problems as there’s no infectivity. But we found that those with symptoms and two days before having those symptoms they could... 

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