Covid-19: 75 Percent of Infected U.S. Supermarket Workers Have No Symptoms

Worryingly, among those who tested positive, 91 percent were serving customers.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A new American study alerts that supermarket workers are up to five times more likely to test positive for the novel coronavirus. Moreover, it is estimated that 75 percent remain asymptomatic.

Faced with the current Covid-19 pandemic and the second wave of the virus that is ravaging the world, supermarkets are among the few stores that remain open in certain countries.

However, a team of researchers found that up to 75 percent of workers in these places who test positive for the novel coronavirus do not show any symptoms.

In the study, academics analyzed 104 . . .

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