Some researchers seeking for methods to avoid a return to exponential progress in coronavirus bacterial infections just after lockdowns are lifted are zeroing in on a new technique: emphasis on avoiding superspreading activities.

The principle is that banning mass general public activities where by hundreds of attendees can infect on their own in the place of a few hours, together with other actions such as wearing deal with masks, could slow the tempo of the new coronavirus’s development to a workable stage even as shops and factories reopen.