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Explainer: China's symptom-free coronavirus carriers raise fears of new wave of infections

Reuters Wednesday, 25 March 2020 ()
The existence of a substantial but unknown number of asymptomatic carriers of coronavirus in China has raised concerns among the public that people could still be spreading COVID-19 without knowing they are sick.
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