Can Healthy (Asymptomatic) People Spread COVID-19?



Some believe healthy people could be carriers and transmitters of COVID-19. A new term “asymptomatic,” transmission was propagated and used to justify lockdowns and limited gatherings, fearing even the healthy can spread the virus.


This has thoroughly been discredited as a false assertion. "Asymptomatic" spread was cautioned as a possibility but was never proven. All respiratory viruses are transmitted by infectious people showing symptoms such as a cough or fever. Healthy people can not be considered carriers or transmitters of COVID-19.

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Director of Infection Control at Kingston Health Sciences Centre - Ontario, Canada

Lack of spread among 37 US university students - Recorded August 2020

Peer reviewed study shows lack of evidence of asymptomatic spread - Wuhan China

WHO claims asymptomatic spread is rare, then retracts without counter evidence