Some sick people might not spread the virus much further, but some people infected with the coronavirus are what epidemiologists call “superspreaders.”
Early in the outbreak, researchers estimated that a person carrying SARS-CoV-2 would, on average, infect another two to three people. More recent studies have argued, however, that this number may actually be higher.
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