Coronavirus: Majority testing positive have no symptoms

7 July 2020
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Only 22% of people testing positive for coronavirus reported having symptoms on the day of their test, according to the Office for National Statistics.  (See link for article)



While the article states this shows asymptomatic spread, the WHO just came out stating there’s no evidence to support this:

The main point is that all the hype about case numbers means little when the majority have no symptoms at all and others have mild symptoms. This has been the case from the beginning. Case numbers are higher because more testing is going on than previously.

In fact, all of this is good news from the standpoint of herd immunity.

But there’s that little nagging fact that COVID testing is as bad as Lyme testing:

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