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But Elizabeth Carlton, an epidemiologist at the University of Colorado [School of Public Health], said case numbers and hospitalization rates don’t always represent what is happening right now in terms of infections.  “If someone gets infected today, they won’t have symptoms for up to five days, then it might take a few more to get a test, then a few more to get their results,” Carlton said.