Two Hairstylists With COVID-19 Served 140 People. Not One Got Sick.

Exposed as many as 146 people.
Not a single one got ill.
Health officials attributed the lack of ailments.
“We are studying more closely the particulars of those knots, such as what types of face coverings were worn and what additional precautions were taken to lead to this encouraging outcome. We want an exposure like this to occur, but this situation will greatly expand our understanding of this book coronavirus spreads”

The hairstylists at Great Clips did not know they were positive for the virus if they were cutting and styling hair.
“Testing was provided to those possibly exposed, and 46 people chased testing–all came back negative. Regardless of testing, all possibly exposed were quarantined for the duration of their exposure interval,” Goddard said.
The stylists worked approximately eight times, finishing on May 20, although they have been symptomatic. 56 customers were seen by one while another worked with 84 customers, coworkers well as buttocks, according to CNN.
While officials believed social distancing and sprays the solution, a new report claims that the virus is seasonal (as are amany additional coronaviruses).
“Researchers discovered that areas affected early on in the epidemic were on an identical band of northern latitude, such as Wuhan and Daegu in Asia; Milan and Paris in Europe; and Seattle in the US,” The Daily Mail reported.
“Additionally related among those cities were ranges of chilly temperatures and relatively low temperatures from January through March.  This appears to indicate that the virus behaves similarly to seasonal respiratory viruses like the flu and disperse rapidly in the winter months and early spring months.”