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At this point in time no one can say for sure why many people appear to have asymptomatic infection, and figures range from 20-80% though part of the problem appears to be from false positives in antibody tests. Nevertheless there have been large numbers picked up on rt-PCR who carry the virus but at the time do not show symptoms. Some, if not most, go on ...


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The reason why many people who contract COVID-19 are asymptomatic is simple. It is because your immune system can kill the pathogen before you show symptoms. In other words, your body overwhelms the virus before it takes over larger areas of your body. The answer to your second and third question is yes and no. Most people, that recover quickly without ...


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According to https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1115047/ a hymen appears to be absent in < 0.03% patients (citation of a much older paper: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/3627892/).


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Recent studies have reported that about 80% of people infected with SARS-CoV2 are asymptomatic, it means they are "silent carriers". These patients show no or very mild symptoms. As it is known that viruses need to get into living cells to divide and survive. Same applies with SARS-CoV2, this virus attaches its spike protein present on the outer shell with ...


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