| || The maximum duration of viral shedding was from stools (46 days after discharge) among 9 positive children.
|Title ||Dynamic surveillance of SARS-CoV-2 shedding and neutralizing antibody in children with COVID-19
|Author(s) name||Liu P, Cai J, Jia R, Xia S, Wang X, Cao L, Zeng M, Xu J. |
|Journal ||Emerg Microbes Infect|
|Citation count||10 |
|Date of publishing||2020 Dec|
| || The duration of viral shedding, detected in stool and whole blood was 12 days.
|Title ||Epidemiologic Features and Clinical Course of Patients Infected With SARS-CoV-2 in Singapore|
|Author(s) name||Young BE, Ong SWX, Kalimuddin S, Low JG, Tan SY, Loh J, Ng OT, Marimuthu K, Ang LW, Mak TM, Lau SK, Anderson DE, Chan KS, Tan TY, Ng TY, Cui L, Said Z, Kurupatham L, Chen MI, Chan M, Vasoo S, Wang LF, Tan BH, Lin RTP, Lee VJM, Leo YS, Lye DC; Singapore 2019 Novel Coronavirus Outbreak Research Team. |
|Citation count||538 |
|Date of publishing||2020 Apr 21|
| || The duration of viral shedding in a 33-year-old woman, a 61-year-old man and a 75-year-old man was 55 days, 59 days and 63 days, respectively.
|Title ||Three COVID-19 cases with a long-term viral shedding period in Tunisia|
|Author(s) name||Bennasrallah C, Bannour R, Jlassi O, Kacem M, Fredj MB, Abroug H, Zemni I, Garrach B, Bahri R, Charfeddine N, Triki S, Sriha AB. |
|Journal ||Pan Afr Med J|
|Citation count||1 |
|Date of publishing||2020|