British 'superspreader' is linked to 11 Wuhan coronavirus cases, and it shows just how hard it can be to track new virus
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A potential "superspreader" may be responsible for at least 11 new coronavirus infections across 3 countries.

The case brings lots of questions on the role of "superspreaders" in outbreaks. 

Superspreaders infect an "unusually" large amount of people with a disease, and according to the BBC, they are a "feature of nearly every outbreak."

However, the term does not have strict scientific guidelines.

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