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Carriers Can be Symptom Free, Says CDC

  • The director of the CDC says as many as 25 percent of people infected with coronavirus don’t show any symptoms.
  • In an interview with NPR, Dr. Robert Redfield said  those asymptomatic carriers are a big factor in the spread of the virus.
  • Even for the remaining 75 percent, Redfield says those who are infected can be highly contagious for about 48 hours before symptoms first show up.

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