Coronavirus breakthrough as patients stop being infectious after two weeks

NCID executive director Leo Yee Sin said: “Scientifically, I’m very confident that there is enough evidence that the person is no longer infectious after 11 days.”

Dr Asok Kurup, who chairs the chapter in the academy, is equally confident about the results.

The infectious diseases expert in private practice said: “Studies are still going on and we will get more data, but we will see the same thing as there is a great deal of science in this.

“So there is no need to wait.”

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