Study of Almost 10 Million Finds NO ASYMPTOMATIC COVID SPREAD; Media Silent

Whether or not coronavirus can be spread asymptomatically is perhaps the most important question surrounding the disease. After all, the assumption that it can has been used to justify mask mandates and life-ravaging lockdowns. This is why it’s striking that a major study, involving almost 10 million people, has found zero cases of asymptomatic transmission — and that our COVID-panic-porn-peddling mainstream media have met it with deafening silence.

The study was conducted in Wuhan, China, considered SARS-CoV-2 ground zero. As the American Institute of Economic Research (AIER) reports, the researchers’ conclusion is not that asymptomatic spread is rare or that the science is uncertain. The study revealed something that hardly ever happens in these kinds of studies. There was not one documented case. Forget rare. Forget even Fauci’s previous suggestion that asymptomatic transmission exists but not does [sic] drive the spread. Replace all that with: never. At least not in this study for 10,000,000.

To be precise, the study involved 92.9 percent of eligible Wuhan residents, or 9,899,828 people. And there “were no positive tests amongst 1,174 close contacts of asymptomatic cases,” reported Nature Communications November 20.

“107 of 34,424 previously recovered COVID-19 patients tested positive again (re-positive rate 0.31%, 95% CI 0.423–0.574%),” the site continued. “The prevalence of SARS-CoV-2 infection in Wuhan was therefore very low five to eight weeks after the end of lockdown.” Read More »Study of Almost 10 Million Finds NO ASYMPTOMATIC


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