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As we described previously 8, from 21 February, all COVID-19 patients who reached discharge criteria 9 were requested to stay in a designated medical centre for an extra 14-day medical isolation observation. This study involved all the 324 patients in Shenzhen Samii Medical Center who were instructed to undergo isolation observation from 21 February to 21 May, and we collected their epidemiological survey information, discharge summaries, laboratory tests results, and feedback at a random follow-up after they went home. The cut-off date for data collection was 21 June, so the patients had stayed at home for at least 1 full month. We categorized the 324 patients in three groups: 20 asymptomatic carriers were in Group A, 243 patients with mild or moderate symptoms were in Group M, and 61 with severe/critical symptoms were in Group S.

According to the relevant regulations, all clinical and laboratory tests beside nucleic acid tests are voluntary, so the test data are present in fragments.

This study was approved by the Shenzhen Samii Medical Center Institutional Review Board, and written informed consent was obtained from all patients. We declare that these data do not contain any private information of the patients. All methods were performed in accordance with the relevant guidelines and regulations.

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