The coronavirus pandemic has come down heavily on a lot of us. With over 2 lakh infections in India, experts worry that the worst isn’t far from over yet. We might as well see the infection cases rising in the coming months.
Besides wearing a mask, practising social distancing and adopting preventive measures, there are certain other risk factors which make the spread of the disease more virulent. For instance, asymptomatic transmission, i.e., people who can spread symptoms onto others without having typical symptoms of the infection. In fact, a recent report let out by the Health Ministry also mentioned that over 80% of the cases in India are asymptomatic in nature.