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  1. What makes a Super-Spreader? « Contagions
Via Radar/Torkington, who also pull-quotes the following:

A super-spreader is a person who transmits an infection to a significantly greater number of other people than the average infected person. The occurrence of a super spreader early in an outbreak can be the difference between a local outbreak that fizzles out and a regional epidemic.

(This week’s Four Short Links on Radar is quite good, if you’re looking for reading.)

    What makes a Super-Spreader? « Contagions

    Via Radar/Torkington, who also pull-quotes the following:

    A super-spreader is a person who transmits an infection to a significantly greater number of other people than the average infected person. The occurrence of a super spreader early in an outbreak can be the difference between a local outbreak that fizzles out and a regional epidemic.

    (This week’s Four Short Links on Radar is quite good, if you’re looking for reading.)