#### jfahenriques

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I was trying to calculate the probability of a person in a given country knowing someone infected with coronavirus.

Let's say that:

country population = pop

number of infected people in the country = inf

person's acquaintances= acq

My initial idea was to use a binomial approach, considering that probability of "success"=inf/pop

and then calculating the probability of X>=1, with the number of trials being the number of acquaintances (acq)

Would this be a proper approach?