Your Thanksgiving could be a superspreading event

Between 10% and 20% of people infected with COVID-19 are responsible for 80% of the virus’ spread. Scientists are learning to better understand COVID-19 spread by keeping tabs on those instances where one person infects many, which they call superspreading events. While research continues about the underlying biology driving who is infectious and who isn’t, investigating the events in which people get infected can help us better understand how to protect ourselves and our communities.

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