Infected persons in whom the disease has not yet broken out, remain potential carriers...during the entire time, from infection up to the healing of the disease...which means that they are contagious during the entire time and can transmit the disease to other human beings. - Swiss sources 2.25.2020
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (PRWEB) July 14, 2020
A new study by the CDC, regarding asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 spreaders, concludes with “Our results illustrate how a single asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 infection could result in widespread community transmission.”
Prior Publication by Swiss Sources
However, on February 25, life-saving information from Swiss sources, who've published scientific information for 68 years, is shown to have preempted the new CDC study: “Infected persons in whom the disease has not yet broken out, remain potential carriers of the rampantly spreading disease during the entire time, from infection up to the healing of the disease – if it breaks out at all – which means that they are contagious during the entire time and can transmit the disease to other human beings.”
The information contains additional, also subsequently corroborated facts and recommendations, such as: the disease was already a pandemic, requiring self-isolation, avoidance of crowds, travel and mass transportation, is spread through the air, droplets and clothing, will become more virulent, children will be hidden spreaders, will spread to other races, requires hermetically sealed quarantines, up to three month incubation, etc.
Beginning on March 5, the information was provided to international and US sources, medical and media officials, as the surge in Arizona has been called the worst in the country.
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