In this case, corona patients are more dangerous to those around them

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aExperts hardened that those with coronavirus were “more infected until the fifth day of infection”.

According to Russia today, researchers say that “Covid-19” patients do not pose a danger to others after the ninth day of the injury.

Experts at the University of Glasgow concluded that people with coronavirus may not be able to transmit the virus after 9 days.

The researchers said that those infected with the new “Covid-19” virus may not spread the infection after 9 days.

Data collected by British researchers from 79 studies show that even when the virus is detectable in the throat, nose, and stool, the infectious virus molecule does not spread nine days after symptoms begin.

The report says that the genetic material of the virus, viral RNA, is present in throat swabs on an average of 17 to 83 days from the onset of symptoms. But RNA itself is not contagious.

The researchers pointed out that these “non-viable genetic material” because of its sensitivity. They added that attempts to cultivate the virus after nine days were unsuccessful.

Although SARS-CoV-2 respiratory shedding and excreta can be prolonged, the viable virus duration is relatively short. Thus, viral RNA detection cannot be used to infer the infection.

Scientists say understanding the viral dynamics, the duration of viral RNA shedding, and the isolation of the applicable virus are necessary to understand disease transmission, determine the duration of infection, and communicate the effectiveness of control measures.

Antonio Hu, lead author and co-authors, analyzed 79 studies related to “Covid-19 19 and 11 studies on Middle East respiratory syndrome, focusing on virus shedding (when those viral particles escape into the environment, this is called virus shedding).

For Covid-19 ″, the average duration of viral RNA shedding was 17 days. This was while the lower respiratory tract infection (LRT) was between 14.6 days to 17.2 days, when it was found in a stool sample, and 16.6 days when it was found in sera.

The researchers said the maximum shedding periods were 83, 59, 35 and 60 days, respectively.

The team indicated that the infection is severe from the onset of symptoms until the fifth day, and this indicates that many people at the time they are taking the test have already exceeded their infection period.

The team said that, according to these results, people should isolate themselves as soon as symptoms begin to appear, however mild.

The study comes as the UK government has announced that the isolation of people with symptoms will increase from seven to ten days.



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