COVID-19 and Asymptomatic Carriers

In a major pandemic where a virus spreads from person to person before symptoms appear, anyone could become an “asymptomatic carrier.” When we normally rely on aches, coughs and fever to let us know when we’re coming down with something contagious, what can be done to combat one of COVID-19’s most dangerous factors? WVU Medicine infectious disease specialist Kathryn Moffett, MD, explains.

About the Presenter

Kathryn Moffett, MD
Professor, WVU School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics
Chief, Section of Pediatric Infectious Diseases
Director, Mountain State Cystic Fibrosis Center

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