Flushing a toilet produces hundreds of thousands of tiny droplets containing viruses and bacteria (source).
Additionally vomit and feces of infected people sometimes contain extremely high concentrations of viruses or bacteria.
Similarly, sewage water produces droplets and was proposed as the transmission mode in the SARS outbreak in Hong Kong in 2003.
Apart from viruses and bacteria being transferred through toilet and sewage aerosol, can human parasite eggs be transferred as well given the droplet size?
I'm interested in the aerosol, not the relatively large droplets that land on the toilet itself.