NSW Chief Health Officer Kerry Chant warns of asymptomatic transmission of Delta variant

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Asymptomatic people active in the community are spurring consistently high COVID case numbers, New South Wales Chief Health Officer Kerry Chant said.

Announcing 98 new cases on Monday, including 37 who were infectious in the community for at least one day, she said there were “misunderstandings” circulating.

She said health officials were being presented with the question: “If I am well, how can I possibly infect someone else?”

But with the Delta variant spreading, people were passing on the virus before they’d begun showing “any symptoms at all”.

“The reality is, you don’t know,” she said.

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