Finding coronavirus superspreaders may be key to halting a second wave

While there is no universally agreed definition of a superspreading event, it is sometimes taken to be an incident in which someone passes on the virus to six or more other people. Getting to the bottom of why these puzzling clusters occur could be key to gaining control of the covid-19 pandemic and stopping a second wave of cases.

Publisher: New Scientist | Author: Claire Wilson

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superspreader and transmission
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2020-07-30 (Modified: 2021-05-18)

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