Asymptomatic spread is an assumption, not backed by science.

One of the unique characteristics of COVID-19, we were told, was the threat of “Asymptomatic Spread.” In fact, “Asymptomatic Spread” was such a concern that the majority of us had to stay home to “flatten the curve” and later, had to wear masks in public spaces. Let’s unpack the truth.

54 Studies Showed a .07% Chance of “Asymptomatic Spread” You can find this research in PubMed, the title is: Household Transmission of SARS-CoV-2: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. They found that, over 54 studies that had been done in households, only .07% of transmission was from a supposedly “Asymptomatic” family member. Households are typically close environments, with shared kitchens, bathrooms and ventilation. Certainly, the chance of catching the virus from a stranger who is six feet away at the grocery store would be even less than .07%!

NO “Asymptomatic Spread” Among 1,174 People! Even better than the .07% chance of “Asymptomatic Spread” is NO “Asymptomatic Spread,” which is likely a more accurate assessment: There were no positive tests amongst 1,174 close contacts of asymptomatic cases. This information was known in November 2020. The study can be found here: Post-lockdown SARS-CoV-2 nucleic acid screening in nearly ten million residents of Wuhan, China. “The detection rate of asymptomatic positive cases was very low, and there was no evidence of transmission from asymptomatic positive persons to traced close contacts. There were no asymptomatic positive cases in 96.4% of the residential communities.”

CDC Study:

“In conclusion, our study suggests that asymptomatic cases are unlikely to contribute substantially to the spread of SARS-CoV-2.”

Analysis of Asymptomatic and Presymptomatic Transmission in SARS-CoV-2 Outbreak, Germany, 2020

Singapore Study Showed No Proof of Asymptomatic Spread. This study was done early in the pandemic, in February 2020, less than one month after the first COVID case in Singapore. No proof of asymptomatic transmission of coronavirus: NCID

The CDC Website Changed. The CDC website used to say that 30% of the virus spread was from asymptomatic cases. There is no such percentage on the site any longer, nor any study that proves that asymptomatic transmission even exists. Source

Dr. Fauci Said that Asymptomatic People Do Not Spread Viruses or Drive Epidemics, Video: Anthony Fauci: Asymptomatic Transmission NEVER Drives Outbreaks

Positive PCR Tests in Asymptomatic People Does NOT Equal Asymptomatic Transmission, Video: WHO Says Covid-19 Asymptomatic Transmission Is ‘Very Rare’

The first time asymptomatic spread appeared to be a real concern was after the vaccine rollout: