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Covid-19 super-spreading events, in which one person infected with the novel coronavirus transmits it to many other people, play an “outsized role” in the overall spread of the disease.Covid-19 super-spreading events, in which one person infected with the novel coronavirus transmits it to many other people, play an “outsized role” in the overall spread of the disease.

Covid-19 super-spreading events play ‘outsized role’ in disease transmission, say scientists - health - Hindustan Times

There have been many documented cases of COVID-19 "super-spreading" events, in which one person infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus infects many other people. But how much of a role do these events play ...

COVID-19 'super-spreading' events play outsized role in overall disease transmission

While studying about 60 superspreading events where a COVID-19 patient infected more than six people, the researchers noted that these events were much more common compared to what is observed through the statistical distributions used in epidemiology.While studying about 60 superspreading events where a COVID-19 patient infected more than six people, the researchers noted that these events were much more common compared to what is observed through the statistical distributions used in epidemiology.

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