Maria Van Kerkhove
WHO retracts statement: COVID-19 transmission via asymptomatic people isn't rare

World Health Organisation's Covid-19 Technical Lead, Maria Van Kerkhove, on June 9 stated: 40% of the transmission of COVID-19 virus are from Asymptomatic people and are highly infectious at their early stage of transferral to Symptomatic. She retracted a statement she made on Monday, 'asymptomatic transmission is very rare,' affirmed that is from inadequate datasets and concluded that as unreliable.

Wed, 10 Jun 2020 - 01:05 PM / by D. RamaKrishnan

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