@LaakariPakosta Oireettomat kyllä. Sekä 2-4pvää ennen oireita. "Approximately one-fifth of the individuals without severe symptoms were asymptomatic, and their viral loads were comparable to those in symptomatic patients" https://t.co/lN4dq8hCjR
@zoepriselac @DrAseemMalhotra @DjokerNole @akheriaty @thackerpd @P_McCulloughMD @AaronSiriSG @rustyrockets @joerogan @SenRonJohnson @elonmusk @IamBrookJackson https://t.co/8VoStCfoMT that’s not right is it Zoe?
@StuckupMark https://t.co/u0NC6MWQCR That addresses viral load/potential spread issue. Symptomatic people don’t go out mix as they are sick. They stay home and don’t spread it. Asymptomatic and low symptom people do go out and so spread and they’re are
@VermeulenHellen @MarionKoopmans @ArmandGirbes @talithamuusse Ze hebben een even hoge viral load en kunnen het dus even goed aan anderen overdragen: https://t.co/IgZNOoJIOI Vertel maar aan uw collega's
This study seems to say viral load is independent of severity (even existence) of symptoms. https://t.co/S6SI3nskQt
https://t.co/ZVQ8QraQHm can you explain the viral loads found in this study then?
@Real_ShaneGray @JesseKellyDC "Anyone infected with COVID-19 can spread it, even if they do NOT have symptoms." https://t.co/TlQfMaDo1H https://t.co/cBhnYSI6HO https://t.co/N5zWjxy41p https://t.co/u3XfKPpTYl
@thejfteams @JesseKellyDC "Anyone infected with COVID-19 can spread it, even if they do NOT have symptoms." https://t.co/TlQfMaDo1H https://t.co/cBhnYSI6HO https://t.co/N5zWjxy41p https://t.co/u3XfKPpTYl
@opel_filip @SDufloucq @jeroenbossaert Denk je (4) ? https://t.co/hskftgmMYQ Enz … enz … En dan zullen we nog maar zwijgen over de asymptomatische besmettelijken die eigenlijk gewoon nog pre-symptomatisch zijn …
@crazyjo43424351 @JoanMClements @janeyK_KAG @InfoGuru16 @AgainTt45 @Angel_13_Rising @RedStateJimy @FaitheKyburz @WontBeSilent2 @AngryFleas @YearRooster @kcinor @itsaboutdamnti1 @Anvndarnamn5 @malo_j @silverstang59 @MarcFink222 @TJ2020landslide @ClemSkelton
@Mattallica17 @crazyjo43424351 @JoanMClements @janeyK_KAG @InfoGuru16 @AgainTt45 @Angel_13_Rising @RedStateJimy @FaitheKyburz @WontBeSilent2 @AngryFleas @YearRooster @kcinor @itsaboutdamnti1 @Anvndarnamn5 @malo_j @silverstang59 @MarcFink222 @TJ2020landslid
@CoastalSe @driftwood10000 Oh, I see. So you didn't ACTUALLY want an example of asymptomatic spread. You just wanted your lie confirmed for you. There's plenty evidence of asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 infection being of viable viral load. Zero excuses for yo
@thomaspyatt @VoosieVooters @megabreakfast @WeAreWomenJapan @rickygervais If you're referring to the June 8th 2020 announcement, there was pushback on that immediately. Also you can check https://t.co/U5jiPXL4p0 for a study from this year.
@MuiViertler @SebRei @joplutz @semiosisblog @SusanneSchnabl https://t.co/PVyQXVy8jO Gibt mehrere Paper dazu wo der CT-Wert und Verlauf bei Asymptomatischen vs. Symptomatischen kaum einen Unterschied macht, d.h. die Viruslast unterscheidet sich kaum.
@aryahwales @RocketRebooted @PoliticsForAlI You’re talking utter drivel. “Approximately one-fifth of the individuals without severe symptoms were asymptomatic, and their viral loads were comparable to those in symptomatic patients.” https://t.co/xIQIxgEqRr
@QuillGarrett @Alex_on_A14 PCR is mostly used in symptomatic people, in conjunction with clinical diagnosis. But why would you not test asymptomatic people? https://t.co/56Tyi3AMGh https://t.co/8VoStCfoMT
@GingerTigz @SemiMooch @TakethatCt https://t.co/8VoStCfoMT No that’s not a fact. Asymptomatic and symptomatic people carry similar viral loads (unvaccinated). Again this information is widely available. It seems a little like you haven’t read very widely.
@Bladerunnerjul1 @VoteoutTrudeau @gailfinke @PN_1984 Wrong. Zero clinical data is in agreement with you. Several studies have shown asymptomatic often reach comparable viral loads to symptomatic patients. That makes them infectious. Try again. https://t
@pilotdad1 @AP (Using ShortURL for ease) Starting back in NOV 2020 there was https://t.co/O7zBfkifjh Found that (of their small group study of 360) Asymptomatic Had a measurably higher VL compared to symptomatic people. https://t.co/rgnPqxTWrP Also
@leaveherjohn @MattMantle @RickyAndrews83 @SteveQWilliams @ClarkeMicah https://t.co/56Tyi3AMGh https://t.co/8VoStCfoMT I don’t think anyone said asymptomatic people are more infectious. Although I suspect if you are aware you are infected and have sympto
@every1sawinner @calibrax @oli_m_sims https://t.co/8VoStCfoMT https://t.co/ODCZuR1e3F https://t.co/0aviiSmrTo Because unvaccinated people have a similar viral load symptomatic or asymptomatic. Vaccinated people have a lower viral load if infected.
@lifeisfornow @MarkGermaine Viral load peaks at the start of symptoms with Covid. Talking for 5 minutes is the equivalent of a cough [https://t.co/jHs7oW2Nn8 - pre Covid stuff so more rigorously reviewed] Viral load and symptoms relationship is non-trivial
@mcgloddy @DrJamieFryer @KatyMcconkey @EssexPR Thanks. Up til now I haven’t understood covid. Now it’s so much clearer. I now see what I really needed was to have this mansplained to silly old me. Cheers. https://t.co/WBU7nIiA1a
@jagsinghJPJ @TnAlistair @FatEmperor https://t.co/ODCZuR1e3F https://t.co/8VoStCfoMT This isn’t a scientific article. I attached a large study. Your rebuttal is an opinion piece from someone who doesn’t understand PCR, confusing cycles and Ct?
@thecactussteve @Formbyblue @ianbrown Since you asked nicely. Also, cut off for Ct is below 40 (see screenshot below). The current mean Ct for positives is hovering between 25 and 30. https://t.co/NVZTXjluFW https://t.co/ppC9NMdUol https://t.co/CjwRnYl3c
@synchro2007 @FatEmperor https://t.co/ODCZuR1e3F https://t.co/8VoStCfoMT pre-vaccine asymptomatic cases have similar viral load to symptomatic cases. Post vaccine viral load is significantly reduced if infected. ‘No symptoms’ doesn’t correlate to viral lo
@NickHudsonCT @Lizzy_Lang7 @toit_ilze @StephenBDugmore @GirardotMarc @jgmrichter @NoWayBa34922355 @karee70091349 @MLevitt_NP2013 @PanData19 @TheEliKlein @Leftylockdowns1 @RWMaloneMD @raoult_didier @MackayIM @Kevin_McKernan https://t.co/8VoStCfoMT this one?
@Thelotusroom @TeesOnLine @Craftsthatrock @bigtoe_82 @KateKimble3 @beverleyturner https://t.co/ODCZuR1e3F https://t.co/8VoStCfoMT https://t.co/pSWImjYZyv https://t.co/ix8JSAZxBA Your own immune system may protect you. It won’t protect anyone else.
@Federico_Tonin @SarahPlumleyUK https://t.co/8VoStCfoMT most of that is untrue. People sneeze and cough without having Covid (hay fever for example), and you spray droplets when you talk. Viral loads are similar as described in this study. RSV, flu, rhinov
@beverleyturner @SMOrkney @melanie1210 @leitch_allison It doesn’t reduce transmission because it reduces symptoms. It reduces viral load. Asymptomatic people don’t have symptoms but have viral loads similar to symptomatic people. So you are wrong on that t
@pinkypears "Approximately one-fifth of the individuals without severe symptoms were asymptomatic, and their viral loads were comparable to those in symptomatic patients.". Thorax, 2021. https://t.co/1kYVQTOgk2
@eat2evolve1 @skp0904 @RaheemKassam https://t.co/l7pSaGPkDy there is also evidence of similar viral loads in infected symptomatic and asymptomatic people. However conversely vaccinated people display reduced viral loads if infected. So that’s quite differe
@eat2evolve1 @RaheemKassam https://t.co/8VoStCfoMT there is also evidence of similar viral loads in infected symptomatic and asymptomatic people. However conversely vaccinated people display reduced viral loads of infected. So that’s quite different. Asymp
@ImmuneSuper @markdodds11 @Taka_tut @1BJDJ @InvisibleRainb2 You don't think it's possible for a virus to spread at all? You best have a word with the virologists then. Explain how in asymptomatic individuals with comparable viral loads to symptomatic, ho
@monykalyn @beyond_chimera @DrLeanaWen @Yamiche @CDCDirector The weird thing is unvaccinated asymptomatic people have similar viral loads to symptomatic people. (https://t.co/QWPqhg6HRn). It seems like in asymptomatic people the virus simply doesn't produc
@mlilleker @sweet_vxr @ClareCraigPath https://t.co/5cGvFK9tz6 https://t.co/qhric9Ufmi https://t.co/OF2grdDPd4 ^ And this youtube link shows you imaging for how masks lessen spread of aerosols and droplets. I agree w you most masks are insufficient eg c
why I'm worried sick
https://t.co/8bm29AfN19 Except these vaccines do exactly that. Hudson starts arguing that asymptomatic transmission does not involve high viral load. https://t.co/XTnGyuqwwj Except that it can involve high viral load. https://t.co/JJ0tj87VCO
@KerstinYasar @welt Wohl eher nicht: "Approximately one-fifth of the individuals without severe symptoms were asymptomatic, and their viral loads were comparable to those in symptomatic patients." https://t.co/3RgJYlwaSf
@Karen22912 @factsfictionc19 @josegallucci @MartinKulldorff @Gunstockmtn @ChrisSununu @DerryNews @LaconiaCitizen @NHBR @NHBroadcasters @eagletimesnh @weirstimes @NHGOP @LaconiaDemocra1 @ConMonitorNews There is little difference in the viral load between th
Upper respiratory viral load in asymptomatic individuals and mildly symptomatic patients with SARS-CoV-2 infection https://t.co/x0k1myrS3d
...Impfung der Bevölkerung (der Kardinal-Maßnahme im Kampf gegen Corona) und trotz der Publikationen, daß asymptomatische Kinder wie Erwachsene genauso ansteckend sind wie symptomatische https://t.co/VcDaNFvCmv , Lockdownmaßnahmen reduziert und Kitas wie S
@PaulaPasst Ein paar wissenschaftliche Arbeiten zu den angesprochenen Punkten, die unsere Politiker geflissentlich ignoriert haben und anscheinend weiterhin ignorieren. https://t.co/VcDaNFe0XV https://t.co/19y6gbSxJz https://t.co/fleNWsx15u https://t.co/w
@Lasse_2006 @jensspahn @mannelucha @derspiegel @Markus_Soeder @BMG_Bund @SZ @RegSprecher @RegierungBW @SWRAktuellBW @tagesthemen Hier alle Seiten des Artikels zu der Studie, die viral loads in asymptomatischen Individuen mit der in Patienten mit milden Sym
@drcossackTwitch @PhiladelphiaYRs @realGoatRodeo1 @GovernorTomWolf Do you have a source for there being no asymptomatic spread? Because that would make a lot of your argument make sense! But there’s no science behind that claim, so we know we have to act a
@IanMcMi38908747 @lorrain00414525 @BookRoaming @guy_courier Given we know "Around 49% of people initially defined as asymptomatic go on to develop symptoms", the precautionary principle dictates acting as though we are infected and infectious. Evidence of
@tristaneldritch @JonInTn1 @WendyOrent @davidutz @AlexBerenson we know that asymptomatic people are less contagious, although they don’t necessarily have a lower viral load (see below). typically it’s pre-contagious people we’re worried about — viral load
@JuliaHB1 It would be reassuring if all of this were true. Unfortunately pesky scientific evidence tells us otherwise. https://t.co/LijLKILkmT https://t.co/16QB3pYfkt. https://t.co/u5qNobGzdp https://t.co/AfWVlqujti etc.
@ASNilsannath @Darkfly_Qc @KolJean1 @T_Fiolet Les personnes asymptomatiques infectées par le SRAS-CoV-2 ont des charges virales viables et ont été associées à plusieurs cas de transmission https://t.co/5NQMGxyHW3
@OReflexion @Darkfly_Qc @tomlevesque95 @111Fred111 Les personnes asymptomatiques infectées par le SRAS-CoV-2 ont des charges virales viables et ont été associées à plusieurs cas de transmission. https://t.co/5NQMGxyHW3
Approximately one-fifth of the individuals without severe symptoms were asymptomatic, and their viral loads were comparable to those in symptomatic patients. https://t.co/0lLNW14Opi
@Nath1787 @NicoleDelepine @rene_chiche @stopmensonges @RFuellmich @ReinfoCovid @UPR_Asselineau @f_philippot @JuliaCerisi @ami_vol @ElisabethFaure1 @kte06kte @Laissonslespre1 Puisque vous parlez de littérature scientifique (que vous semblez pourtant mal maî
Viable viral loads in asymptomatic carriers of #SARS_CoV_2 have been linked to several transmission cases This study published in @bmj_latest assesses how the viral loads in asymptomatic #COVID19 individuals compare to those in symptomatic patients https