1. Kyle Rolton-McGann Kyle Rolton-McGann United Kingdom says:

    You say that the study included symptomatic, asymptomatic and presymptomatic. Then you go on to use never symptomatic which would be asymptomatic.

    Later you compare the results stating that asymptomatic had a large percentage while non symptomatic has the lowest percentage. In that comparison however you don't mention symptomatic and I'm wondering if you have mistakenly mixed terms. Symptomatic cases would surely be a larger driver of infection with presymptomatic also quite high because of the early spike in viral activity at that stage.

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