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Tin Roof: No need for panic over possible 'superspreader' event, but be cautious - expert

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Popular nightclub Tin Roof in Claremont is at the centre of a Covid-19 outbreak affecting high school pupils.
Popular nightclub Tin Roof in Claremont is at the centre of a Covid-19 outbreak affecting high school pupils.
Aljoscha Kohlstock, News24

All it took was one sneeze in a confined space in 2003 for the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) to find its way to other parts of the world. 

For the University of the Western Cape's Professor Burtram Fielding, "superspreader" events such as the sneezer who may have inadvertently spread SARS are unusual.

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