If you test positive for Covid-19 but have no symptoms, are you sick? Are you contagious? From Robert at iceagenow.info:
I’m guessing that many people don’t know what “asymptomatic” means. It means “no symptoms.” So when they see the headline “Asymptomatic transmission of COVID-19 didn’t occur at all, study of 10 million finds,” they don’t understand how important that news is. It means, “Why in the hell are we locked down?”
According to a new study of almost 10 million people in Wuhan, China, asymptomatic spread of COVID-19 did not occur at all. Not at all! In other words, people displaying no symptoms did not spread the disease at all. Not at all. This undermines the need for lockdowns, which are built on the premise of the virus being unwittingly spread by infectious, asymptomatic people (people without any symptoms).
Published in November in the scientific journal Nature Communications, the paper was compiled by scientists from the Huazhong University of Science and Technology in Wuhan, as well as from scientific institutions across China, the U.K. and Australia. It focused on the residents of Wuhan, ground zero for COVID-19, where 9,899,828 people took part in a screening program between May 14 and June 1, which provided clear results as to the possibility of any asymptomatic transmission of the virus.