CDC Identifies a COVID-19 ‘Super-Spreader’ Who Came to Maine
Apparently, the State CDC has identified a "super-spreader" that came to Maine, according to WMTW Channel 8.
The news station reported that the gentleman is a salesman who came to a conference last month from out of state and was unaware that he was infected.
"This traveling salesperson visited a particular establishment in Maine and had a series of meetings and infected a certain number of individuals, all of whom we traced," Dr. Nirav Shah said during a press conference Friday, April 10.
This case shows how vulnerable we all are during these times, as according to a report from WMTW Channel 8, this person was unwittingly responsible for cases in other states as well.
That has to be a lot for that person to digest.
The lesson here is: stay home.