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  1. #1 Just another study that show this whole thing is a clusterfuck. Asymptomatic carriers may not be a problem at all? 
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    "In summary, all the 455 contacts were excluded from SARS-CoV-2 infection and we conclude that the infectivity of some asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 carriers might be weak."

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/3240...FvYvDxta3oJ1yA
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    Lmfao. Are you asking us?




    “some” and “might be” tells me this is another Enflameo type study. Not very good.
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    Scientist MOB has spoken
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    Watch the guy with the glasses. This is what happens to the Useful Idiots when presented with contrary information.

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    How dare you

    When this passes and the whole country thinks WTF, very similar to the big dud the world heard after three years of the Russian Colusion lie, they're going to tell us they saved the world.

    They're already creating fake models telling us how many lives they would have saved

    Losers and liars will never change, and they want us to think they know more. All so damn surreal
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    Quote Originally Posted by bodyforlife View Post
    "In summary, all the 455 contacts were excluded from SARS-CoV-2 infection and we conclude that the infectivity of some asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 carriers might be weak."

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/3240...FvYvDxta3oJ1yA
    until you're able to reliably distinguish weakly contagious asymptomatic carriers from non-weak contagious of asymptomatic carriers, you're still at square one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by halekulani View Post
    until you're able to reliably distinguish weakly contagious asymptomatic carriers from non-weak contagious of asymptomatic carriers, you're still at square one.

    Oh yawn. I'm sure you'd rather believe a study with hamsters than actual humans. Give it a rest pal. It's saying the correlation is weak if you can read.
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    35 patients, 196 family members and 224 hospital staffs.
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    Oh yawn. I'm sure you'd rather believe a study with hamsters than actual humans. Give it a rest pal. It's saying the correlation is weak if you can read.
    so you're telling me a single trace study case of one asymptomatic patient and his contact with 35 patients, 196 family members and 224 hospital staffs is sufficient to make the conclusion that asymptomatic carriers are unlikely to infect others? nevermind the fact that the hospital staff of 224 had full PPE.

    sorry, this paper still qualifies essentially as a single case report, which is not the same as data, and cannot be used to make any kind of conclusions regarding how infectious this may or may not be for asymptomatic covid patients. it would be hypothesis generating for a future study but the paper alone is not meant to drive public health policy.

    it's not about having a study with animal models. it's about knowing how to interpret scientific literature, which >95% of the population doesn't know how to do properly. there's a lot of people who definitely think they can, but really, most of you can't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by halekulani View Post
    35 patients, 196 family members and 224 hospital staffs.

    so you're telling me a single trace study case of one asymptomatic patient and his contact with 35 patients, 196 family members and 224 hospital staffs is sufficient to make the conclusion that asymptomatic carriers are unlikely to infect others? nevermind the fact that the hospital staff of 224 had full PPE.

    sorry, this paper still qualifies essentially as a single case report, which is not the same as data, to make any kind of conclusions regarding how infectious this may or may not be for asymptomatic covid patients.

    it's not about having a study with animal models. it's about knowing how to interpret scientific literature, which >95% of the population doesn't know how to do properly. there's a lot of people who definitely think they can, but really, most of you can't.
    I'm telling you a study of humans out of a respected publication holds a lot more credibility than some stupid hamster study touted by the media (which is half the shit the Useful Idiots here post on a daily basis). I'm also observing that despite reintroducing people, we aren't getting that "surge" that all these morons have been crowing we would get. Got it sport.
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