Asymptomatic People Have as Much Coronavirus as Symptomatic People

New research has found that people with a SARS-CoV-2 infection who are asymptomatic carry just as much virus in their throats, lungs, and noses as those who have symptoms. Some experts believe that asymptomatic people have caused the virus to spread more readily in communities.

Singing 'no riskier than talking' for virus spread

Singing does not produce substantially more respiratory particles than speaking at a similar volume, a study suggests. But it all depends on how loud a person is, according to the initial findings which are yet to be peer reviewed. The project, called Perform, looked at the amount of aerosols and droplets generated by performers.

Some People Get Covid-19 and Never Feel a Thing: Why?

Scientists are studying a phenomenon called "disease tolerance." Understanding it in humans, if it exists, could revolutionize medicine. According to various estimates between 20 and 45 percent of people who get Covid-19, and possibly more – sail through the infection without realizing they had it.

If the coronavirus is really airborne, we might be fighting it the wrong way

Whether the virus is airborne isn’t simply a scientific question. If it is, it could mean that in places where the virus has not been properly contained (e.g., the US), the economy needs to be reopened more slowly, under tighter regulations that reinforce current health practices as well as introducing improved ones.