in je ogen waait de wind
it's like this yes. you'll have to spend some time with an infected person in a small room in order to get it i think. that's why it's ridiculous wearing masks on the streets or not allowing people in a museum as long as they keep their distance.i wanna know how people are catching the bug now, how come there's no analysis of which situations are riskier e.g.
* have people actually caught it by touching buggy surfaces (i think not)
* did anyone catch it outdoors
* is going by taxi better/worse than the tube or bus
assuming you believe the thing exists and more or less is behaving like how you'd expect, there must have been enough folk by now who can trace the moment they got it? at the start of the pandemic there were more tales from sufferers than now?
my common senses tell me that outdoors you're ok, and you're gonna catch it if you spend time indoors with a sufferer, otherwise it's v unlikely, no? i dunno about other countries but definitive advice about all that sort of thing is lacking as far as i can tell