#1. There is still way too much uncertainty.
#2. This does not qualitatively change our strategy.
My comments. 1/
What even is R0? Remember that R0 is context-specific. Britton et al use 2.5 as an example, which could be appropriate for certain populations, but I've seen credible estimates of 3.0 or higher. 5/
Some interpret these papers as strengthening the case for "managed" infection, allowing low risk groups to be infected as a way to protect the vulnerable. I have thoughts... 14/