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posted on Mar, 11 2020 @ 12:51 AM
Prof. Nishiura, on the other hand, analyzed 52 people with known routes of infection, and found that the average number of days before an infected person passed on to another was 3.4 days.I recall posting about people that are infected can pass the infection on after 5 days. Although I heard it on TV and couldn't back it up on print, but I just found this:

Symptoms from infected people
Fever 87.9% of the total
Cough 67.7%
Healing 38.1%
3 33.4%
Shortness of breath 18.6%
Throat pain 13.9%
Headache 13.6%.

In addition, it is said that symptoms appear on average 5 to 6 days after infection.
It takes 3.4 days on average to transmit to a person.
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posted on Mar, 11 2020 @ 01:40 AM

originally posted by: musicismagic
Healing 38.1%
3 33.4%

I'm not sure what you mean. Will you explain?

posted on Mar, 11 2020 @ 03:50 AM
Hey folks, I can't delete what you asked about. More likely translated into English from Japanese. So just ignore that one.
Do want to add to this post.

Approximately 80% of infected people had relatively mild symptoms and sometimes no pneumonia.
13.8% of patients were severely ill with respiratory distress, and 6.1% had severe life-threatening symptoms such as respiratory failure, sepsis, and multiple organ failure.

The risk of serious illness or death is high in people over the age of 60, with high blood pressure, diabetes, and chronic conditions such as cardiovascular, chronic respiratory illness, and cancer.

My post really had to do with a statement of infecting other people after being infected for 5 days. My post here was backed by the Japanese doctor
Thanks for reading my thread.

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