Household spread of Covid-19 is common and quick, a new CDC study finds

Infection of others happened within days

The research, part of an ongoing CDC-supported study, followed 101 people initially infected with Covid-19 in Nashville, Tennessee, and Marshfield, Wisconsin, between April and September.
This scanning electron microscope image shows SARS-CoV-2 — the virus that causes Covid-19 — isolated from a patient in the US, emerging from the surface of cells cultured in the lab.

Along with some 191 others who lived in their households, the infected people were trained to self-collect specimens — nasal swabs only or nasal swabs and saliva samples — each day for 14 days. In addition, each person completed a symptom diary.

Home sanitize with clean steam.

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