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- Aug 28, 2011
Nobody knows if asymptomatic people develop complications down the line. Speaking for myself, as a young healthy person, I don’t want to risk finding out in 5 years that my lung function is significantly diminished because I have severe lung fibrosis or cardiomyopathy.Here's how it works. North of 40% of all Covid positive tests come from asymptomatic persons. That's according to Hopkins or pretty much any other source. Since asymptomatic cases are more prevalent as the age of the infected gets younger. And since college students tend to be a young demographic. I think it is safe to assume that, at least, 50% of the college students that get Covid will be asymptomatic. That would include the subset of UConn students.On the other hand, you assertion that here are "exponential unknowns" associated with the virus is completely unsubstantiated by anything. And your argument about my "bona fides" can be considered an adhominin attack based on the appeal to authority fallacy. If you can read and think my arument is quite logical. This is from the CDC "the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued new guidance that raises the estimate of asymptomatic carriers to 40 percent of people who have COVID-19." I await your apology.