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‘Viral shedding’: What is it and when are people with COVID-19 most infectious? – WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland

The study looks at viral load and viral shedding data – which help determine transmissibility – and found that those levels peak from around the time of the first…

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DENVER (NEXSTAR MEDIA WIRE/KDVR) Studies of COVID-19 are in the early stages, and while many researchers say there are still unknowns, experts have learned a lot about the virus since March now, researchers from the U.K. have released new data they say shows when people are most contagious after catching COVID-19.
The study, from researchers at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, looks at viral load and viral shedding data which help determine transmissibility and found that those levels…

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