On what peer-reviewed scientific literature does the Government tell us that healthy 'asymptomatic' people are one of the routine drivers of the pandemic?

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Dear Prime Minister's Office,

As J Grove (above) asked The Prime Minister's Office in December 2020, we would very interested to see what peer-reviewed literature this claim of healthy people being drivers of transmission is based on. A barrister working for The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms in Canada is currently requesting the same information from the Trudeau government, and I believe similar events are happening in many parts of the world.

Yours faithfully,
Julia Carter
B.A., M.A.

Cabinet Office FOI Team,

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