Household, community and inter-regional spread: what we know, neatly summarized: clarity as ever from
Check out this clear summary of SARS-CoV2 transmission in households and beyond by former Bansal Lab member, the fantastic , with great JHU colleagues .
There are frequent, new insights into specifics of transmission, but sometimes it's a good idea to step back and look at the big picture. Enjoyed thinking this through with and Nik Wada. The engines of SARS-CoV-2 spread
'Although transmission may be easiest and most frequent in households and congregate residences, community transmission connects these settings and is, therefore, essential to sustain the epidemic, even if it directly causes fewer cases'
New perspective by , , and concludes SARS-CoV-2 is mostly spread in households and household-like settings.
A must read: "Measures to reduce household spread may appear challenging, but because they directly affect so many, they need not be perfect. Household mask use and partitioning of home spaces ...could have large effects ..."
Gran resumen de lo que se sabe sobre transmisión de SARS-CoV-2. >50% de la transmisión ocurre en los hogares. Por , , y Nik Wada.
"Although transmission may be easiest and most frequent in households and congregate residences, community transmission connects these settings and is, therefore, essential to sustain the epidemic, even if it directly causes fewer cases."
Very helpful review (and reminder that most transmission is in households) The engines of SARS-CoV-2 spread
Conocer los mecanismos de transmisión es fundamental para afrontar la pandemia The engines of SARS-CoV-2 spread
The engines of SARS-CoV-2 spread
"If transmission is highly overdispersed, broad and untargeted interventions may be less effective than expected, whereas interventions targeted at settings conducive to superspreading (such as mass gatherings and hospitals) may have an outsized effect"