The coronavirus survived in stool samples for as long as 36 days in the case of one child.  Photo: EPA-EFE The coronavirus survived in stool samples for as long as 36 days in the case of one child.  Photo: EPA-EFE
The coronavirus survived in stool samples for as long as 36 days in the case of one child. Photo: EPA-EFE

Coronavirus: children could be silent carriers of Covid-19 in community, Hong Kong researchers find

  • Toddlers found to have significantly higher viral loads than even adults who need intensive care, according to a study done in the United States
  • Children are more likely to become a hidden source of infection, and may play a role in community transmission, Chinese University researchers say

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The coronavirus survived in stool samples for as long as 36 days in the case of one child.  Photo: EPA-EFE The coronavirus survived in stool samples for as long as 36 days in the case of one child.  Photo: EPA-EFE
The coronavirus survived in stool samples for as long as 36 days in the case of one child. Photo: EPA-EFE
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