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Yes, a 16-day incubation period for COVID is possible. But it's extremely rare

By Catherine Bennett, Chair in Epidemiology, Deakin University
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Investigations are continuing into the case of a returned traveller in NSW who tested positive to COVID two days after leaving hotel quarantine. Could they have had an abnormally long incubation period?

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