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Coronavirus symptoms: How long do they take to show up? New research paints a fuller picture

10 Mar 2020

Individuals infected with COVID-19 could be symptom-free for 5 to 11 days, making it more likely they unknowingly spread the disease.

New research published in the Annals of Internal Medicine has cast a clear light on the median incubation period of the COVID-19 coronavirus. The researchers examined news reports about the spread of the virus outside of China as well as interviewed people outside of China who became infected with the disease, and from that extrapolated the timeframe the coronavirus is likely to infect someone without a person showing symptoms.

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