by Karl Denninger
Folks, it’s pretty simple.
At the start of this thing back in March and April I pointed out that if you cut the vectors off for this (or any other) disease it stops being a problem. I was hellbent on going after the people working in hospitals and nursing homes for this reason, since not only were they a major vector but they were giving the virus to vulnerable people that it was far more-likely to kill as well.
Well, months have gone by and now we have more data. So let’s use it.
FACT: The only STATISTICALLY material transmission vectors for Covid-19 are nosocomial (by definition every transmission into a nursing home is that) and household.
The CDC in fact says that a majority (given the current Rt estimates) of transmission happens in households.