Coronavirus: Asymptomatic spread ‘appears to be rare,’ WHO official says

World Health Organization(WHO) said this Monday that

the spread of coronavirus by people not showing symptoms”appears to be rare.”

During a news briefing, Dr. Maria Van Kerkhove said, “We have several reports from countries who are doing very detailed contact tracing – they are following asymptomatic cases, they are following contacts and they are not finding secondary transmission onward, it’s very rare.”

She added more, “We’re constantly looking at this data, and we’re trying to get more information from countries to truly answer this question,”

Ven asked, “It still appears to be rare that an asymptomatic individual transmits onward.”

Some People are strong enough, they don’t show any symptoms even at the last stage or some have never developed symptoms or some have mild symptoms.

At the start, it’s predicted that coronavirus spread from person-to-person contact, even some have not any symptoms.
But in recent research by WHO Officials announced that if any patient has not any symptoms, the spread of coronavirus “appears to be rare.”

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Head of WHO Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus Press Brief:

The Head of WHO, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said in a briefing that coronavirus spread in the whole world.
Tedros shares stats that 75 percent of cases reported to the U.N health agency on Sunday. It comes from 10 countries in the Americas and South Asia.

He noted that 100,000 cases have been reported in the last 10 days.

Tedros said that coronavirus is spreading in African countries increasingly.
He also said while some countries had few 1,000 cases.

Tadros father said, “At the same time, we’re encouraged that several countries around the world are seeing positive signs,”

He asked, “In these countries, the biggest threat now is complacency.”

Around the world, total death reported across the world is 400,000, and it is increasing day-by-day.
Brazil is one of the countries that stopped reporting when they cross deaths due to coronavirus 34,000.

WHO president said, “More than six months into this pandemic, this is not the time for any country to take its foot off the pedal,”.
he added, “This is the time for countries to continue to work hard.”

According to Hopkins University, 7 million cases reported all across the world and 1.9 million were only in the USA on Monday report.

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