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Why Christmas could be a super-spreading event

Coronacast 3 de septiembre de 2020 12

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No matter what else happens this year, Christmas 2020 is probably going to be like no other you’ve experienced.

You might opt to just celebrate quietly at home to avoid a potential outbreak, but some may decide to proceed with a big family gathering.

So how risky might Christmas be and could it be a massive super-spreading event?

On today’s show:

* What’s going on in Airlie Beach with SARS-CoV-2 being discovered in sewage?

* Should I be worried?

* How do we hold mass events over summer without a coronavirus disaster?

* Should masks be mandated now so we can all enjoy a semi-normal Christmas?

And Olivia Willis from Patient Zero drops by to talk about the hunt for the very first person to contract coronavirus.

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