A key factor that makes this COVID virus spread difficult to control is the following. A person identified as a COVID case would have actually been infected 5 to 14 days earlier because symptoms show up late. Even with tests done proactively, a positively identified case would have been infected a few days earlier. This implies that the underlying ‘actual’ infection current surfaces only a few days later to be observed and reported.

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