Health & Environmental

Disease ‘superspreaders’ accounted for nearly two-thirds of Ebola cases, study finds

“They are called superspreaders, the minority of people who are responsible for infecting many others during epidemics of infectious diseases. Perhaps the most famous superspreader was Typhoid Mary, presumed to have infected 51 people, three of whom died, between 1900 and 1907.”

Source: Disease ‘superspreaders’ accounted for nearly two-thirds of Ebola cases, study finds – The Washington Post

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