Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Professor Michael Kidd's opinion piece on what to do if you, or a family member, tests positive for COVID-19

Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Professor Michael Kidd's opinion piece on what to do if you, or a family member, tests positive for COVID-19

Immunologist expert explains why some close Covid contacts might not test positive Why do some people living with a person who has Covid-19 not test positive at all? A medical expert breaks down how and why this happens. Why do some people living with a person who has Covid-19 not test positive at all? According to medical expert Michael Good, the answer may come down to good hygiene and how much space people keep between others who live in the home. The Griffith University professor explained to 3AW there was “no easy answer” for why some avoid catching the virus but some factors leaned towards people “ expelling more air” in the household. “For example, we know some people speak more loudly … some people are larger than others and …
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