Why the Coronavirus is More Likely to ‘Superspread’ Than the Flu

Why the Coronavirus is More Likely to ‘Superspread’ Than the Flu

Most people won’t spread the virus widely. The few who do are probably in the wrong place at the wrong time in their infection, new models suggest. For a spiky sphere just 120 nanometers wide, the coronavirus can be a remarkably cosmopolitan traveler.

By Miki