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posted on 08.07.2021, 17:23 by Paul Tupper, Caroline Colijn

High variability in cluster sizes results from moderate variability in transmission. Cluster size distributions in 8 scenarios ranging from a low infectiousness index case in a low-transmission environment/activity (or class, top left) to an index case with 3 times the baseline transmission rate in an class with twice the baseline rate (bottom right). Left: the index case is asymptomatic. Right: the index case is symptomatic.

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