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Study Shows That COVID-19 Patients Testing Positive After Recovering Are Not Infectious

Study Shows That COVID-19 Patients Testing Positive After Recovering Are Not Infectious

Update: 2020-05-21
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Some good news for regions that are reopening their economies, a recent study from South Korea is showing that COVID-19 patients that have tested positive after recovering, are not infectious. Theses so called “re-positive” patients weren’t spreading any lingering infection and were shedding only dead virus particles. Emma Court, health reporter at Bloomberg News, joins us for what we are learning about how contagious someone is after recovering from the virus.

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Study Shows That COVID-19 Patients Testing Positive After Recovering Are Not Infectious

Study Shows That COVID-19 Patients Testing Positive After Recovering Are Not Infectious

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