Study shows how quickly coronavirus spreads at home, suggests quarantine of asymptomatic cases could prevent transmission
Study shows how quickly coronavirus spreads at home, suggests quarantine of asymptomatic cases could prevent transmission

While an average patient had just a 2.4 per cent chance of infecting someone they did not live with, that figure jumped to 17.1 per cent - around one in six - among cohabitants, the study found.. Read more at straitstimes.com.


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