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There are people who are infected with the virus but are feeling perfectly fine. Sadly, these people are unwitting coronavirus spreaders. According to the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as many as 25% of people infected with the new coronavirus may not show symptoms, which is a high number that complicates efforts to predict the pandemic’s duration and to mitigate its spread. It has been said that ordinary citizens do not need to wear masks unless they are feeling sick. But with the new data on people who may be infected without ever feeling sick, the guidance for everybody to wear a mask is being critically re-reviewed.

Some experts say that the virus spreads both through large and smaller than five micrometres droplets. Infected people can release the virus just by merely exhaling. This risk goes up by a face-to-face conversation or by sharing the same air space for a prolonged time. The virus is still most likely to be expelled with a cough or a sneeze, as far as eight meters (about 26 feet), according to one study. Studies have shown that people infected with the coronavirus are the most contagious in the first three days before they begin to feel symptoms.

Rapid tests for infection might help detect people, especially health care workers, who are infected yet feel normal. Masks may help to prevent the further spread. But experts kept returning to social distancing as the single best tool for stopping the chain of transmission in the long term.

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