Singapore study says new crown patients no longer infected 11 days after onset

Beijing time 25, according tomedia reports, Singapore’s National Center for Infectious Diseases, the latest research shows that patients with new coronary pneumonia after 11 days of onset no longer infectious. A new study published by the National Centre for Infectious Diseases in Singapore, in conjunction with the Singapore Academy of Medical Sciences, shows that patients with new coronary pneumonia are no longer contagious 11 days after the onset of the disease, and are not contagious even if the virus is positive.

Singapore study says new crown patients no longer infected 11 days after onset

The study notes that a positive virus test “does not mean that it is contagious, nor does it mean that the virus can survive, and that after the 11th day of the disease, the virus can neither isolate nor culture.” “

This is based on a study of 73 patients with new coronary pneumonia in Singapore.

The study could change Singapore’s de-segregation standards. The current standard for de-isolation is to detect negative, not non-infectious.