Aerosols are where it’s at.

The Scourge of Hygiene Theater – The Atlantic:

In May, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated its guidelines to clarify that while COVID-19 spreads easily among speakers and sneezers in close encounters, touching a surface “isn’t thought to be the main way the virus spreads.” Other scientists have reached a more forceful conclusion. “Surface transmission of COVID-19 is not justified at all by the science,” Emanuel Goldman, a microbiology professor at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, told me. He also emphasized the primacy of airborne person-to-person transmission.

It doesn’t hurt to sanitize surfaces, and washing your hands is a win. But don’t kid yourself: This is a respiratory virus and that’s how it’s transmitted. I’ve yet to read of a case from surface transmission.