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- In my view it is premature to conclude, on the basis of the evidence currently available (as of 29 January 2020), that the new (COVID-19) virus can be transmitted before symptoms appear.
- Mark Woolhouse (2020) cited in "Here's The Science on How Serious The Wuhan Coronavirus Outbreak Actually Is" on Science Alert, 29 January 2020.
- Those (anyone who returns from Wuhan being isolated for 14 days with all necessary medical attention) are the sorts of measures that will protect countries from the introduction of the (COVID-19) virus and onward transmission. There's always a balance between the draconian measures of public health and what people might want to do, and obviously it's regrettable if people who turn out not to have the virus are quarantined unnecessarily.
- Mark Woolhouse (2020) cited in "Coronavirus Cases In China Eclipse SARS As Evacuations Begin" on Huffpost, 29 January 2020.