You seem knowledgeable Scott this so if line to ask you a question about the part I quoted. Why did experts keep saying that surface transmission is rare and not really how this spreads, but everyone is saying how important hand washing and waking frequently touched surfaces is? If it doesn’t transmit well enough from surfaces to be a concern, what is washing my hands doing? I’m not trying to talk against hand wagging but what am I missing here since there seems to be a contradiction. Sure surfaces aren’t fantastic for spreading it, but I imagine it just builds up until you touch your face, interacts with someone in your household, has to go in public, etc. Then you’re just a walking Petri dish.