Excellent article by and on the importance of the highly clustered nature of transmission for understanding how to handle the pandemic. It’s been said before, but rarely (imo) as clearly or accessibly
"As we confront new stages of the #COVID19 pandemic over the coming months and years, overdispersion can help us better understand why the disease behaves as it does and sharpen our efforts at control," write and .
RT : As few as 10% of people are responsible for 80% of transmission – and that must shape how we tackle this virus, says and .
As few as 10% of people are responsible for 80% of transmission – and that must shape how we tackle this virus, says and .
Loved editing this piece from epidemiologists and on how Covid *actually* spreads, and why this is key to beating it. Spoiler, forget the R rate. Thanks to for a great illustration
Understanding how ‘overdispersion’ works is key to controlling Covid
Understanding how ‘overdispersion’ works is key to controlling Covid
Brilliantly clear explainer on how transmission heterogeneity can influence the progress of covid by and
Understanding how ‘overdispersion’ works is key to controlling Covid Fine explanation by a couple of colleagues #COVID19 #epitwitter
Understanding how ‘overdispersion’ works is key to controlling Covid | Kyra Grantz and Justin Lessler | Opinion | The Guardian
Understanding how ‘overdispersion’ works is key 2 controlling Covid: As few as 10% of people r responsible for 80% of transmission and that must shape how we tackle the #coronavirus via &