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Yale Study: Coronavirus Shows 24 Day Incubation Period! Doctors Say Possible To Catch More Than Once

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Published on 16 Feb 2020 / In Film and Animation

In this video report, Spiro examines new information regarding the deadly Coronavirus outbreak which could potentially be a game changer as the numbers of infected and dead continue to rise.

Two key points which could potentially be a game changer for this coronavirus outbreak, number one, a Yale study conducted by several Chinese doctors and scientists of the 2019 novel Coronavirus clearly states that the virus has a 3 to 24 day incubation period! Currently the quarantine time has been set at 14 days, so according to this study, people who could have been exposed to the virus and completed the 14 day quarantine and were released, could possibly still be infected for another 10 days while showing no symptoms, but is still being contagious, possibly infecting others…

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Clinical characteristics of 2019 novel coronavirus infection in China
https://www.medrxiv.org/conten....t/10.1101/2020.02.06

The largest study of coronavirus patients so far suggests it could take up to 24 days after exposure for symptoms to show
https://www.businessinsider.co....m/wuhan-coronavirus-

People could get the novel coronavirus more than once, health experts warn — recovering does not necessarily make you immune
https://www.businessinsider.co....m/wuhan-coronavirus-

Exclusive: Chinese doctors say Wuhan coronavirus reinfection even deadlier
https://www.taiwannews.com.tw/en/news/3876197

Top Chinese expert Zhong Nanshan clarifies only 1 case in coronavirus study shows 24-day incubation period
https://www.straitstimes.com/a....sia/east-asia/top-ch

Vaccine candidate for coronavirus on track for human trials in April
https://www.axios.com/vaccine-....coronavirus-human-tr

Inside the Chinese lab poised to study world's most dangerous pathogens
https://www.nature.com/news/in....side-the-chinese-lab

Lab-Made Coronavirus Triggers Debate
https://www.the-scientist.com/....news-opinion/lab-mad

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