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The course of an epidemic in an imaginary small town has been simulated with an agent-based model. The reproduction number R of the virus could be counted directly, and was roughly, but not precisely, exponentially distributed. The number of secondary infections was greater for an infection which was itself one of many secondary infections because of environmental heterogeneity, which created variance of R among sites and could drive the spread of infection, even when global R < 1. Differentdoi:10.1101/2020.08.31.20185256 fatcat:unxmpwexqfebdbsekh7ajiagtq