COVID continues to perplex

Patients are bewildered by the nature of transmissibility or lack thereof of COVID-19 in Seychelles.
On two occasions where a greater number of infected cases had been expected, this did not occur.
Some have attributed this to the early and correct intervention of the public health authorities whilst others have attributed it to God Almighty.
Others still attribute this to some of the theories that are beginning to appear in the international scientific community such as high rates of immunisation against other illnesses.
The real answer may lie in a combination of factors.
Meanwhile there is overwhelming evidence that hand and respiratory hygiene, social distancing and the wearing of face covering where social distancing is not possible contribute more to break the chain of transmission than any of the aforementioned. These measures are all within the control of every individual.