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Super-spreaders: COVID19 myth or reality?


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"These circumstances often are: crowding; a confined space with poor ventilation; poor infection control, meaning lots of non-porous, hard surfaces which can keep a virus viable for a longer time; a favorable ambient humidity; and the infected person usually being in the early phase of their illness, when virus secretions are at their peak,"

Sounds like the Tokyo metro.

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There's always a Typhoid Mary out there somewhere.

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Sounds like when hundreds of people all group together hen lined up and fight for toilet paper.

I think there are a lot more infected here with minor symptoms than they are telling us.

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