Among the questions scientists are trying to answer about the new coronavirus is how many virus particles an infected person can pass on to others. According to a new study by Chinese researchers, the answer could be less than 10.That would be considered a narrow transmission bottleneck – meaning the number of virus particles that can be transmitted from someone who is infected to other people.“Only a few virions [entire virus particles] successfully enter host cells and eventually cause…


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