Here is a GREAT blog post from Erin Bromage, a professor of microbiology at University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and blogger of COVID-related knowledge, discussing the risks we face as we venture out after lockdowns, and how to avoid the highest risk and super-spread situation.
It presents empirical evidence aggregating information from several studies that have demonstrated how super-spread events can happen, and provides some clear explanations and illustrations.
The ideas discussed in this article can help us plan how to devise targeted mitigation strategies that allow us to relax the lockdowns we have used to date, and still prevent rampant viral spread.
This post on his blog has gone completely viral -- it has been viewed over 9.3 million times in the past 5 days!!!!
It is a phenomenal article -- I highly recommend reading it!