12 % should read 0.12%.
Also, let us assume Dr. Christine Johnson’s subjects sampled only over an 8 hour window and sex occurs only during a certain 8 hour window,then risk of transmission per year is 24/2920*114/2920*100% ~ 0.032%/yr transmission risk.
Over 35 years that is. 1.11% risk of transmission.
And all this with generous assumptions that are weighed towards transmission.
Lifetime odds of dying in a car accident as of 2019 is 1/107~ 0.93%.
Therefore you are more likely to die in a car crash than to spread this to someone.
I did this math and saved money on therapy after my diagnosis 😂.