In the midst of the COVID outbreak, it is essential to map the extent and nature of person to person transmission. One potential tool that has proven potential is Social Network Analysis (SNA). Since its emergence in 1930 it has been used in multiple applications including analyzing corporate business partnerships, examining how ideas and information are transferred amongst a field of professionals and tracking and studying the transmission of communicable diseases. However the methodology seems to be underused. Foreigners in Sofia & Friends have generously provided us with a use case that can change that.