In ZFC, does there exist an uncountable set of reals $A$ such that for every closed measure zero set of reals $B$, we have that $ A + B = \{a+b : a \in A, b \in B\} \neq \mathbb{R}$?

This question is motivated from the results in the following paper.

Note that under CH, there are such sets (Lusin/Sierpinski sets) and a model where every such set is countable must satisfy the Borel and the dual-Borel conjecture.

The fact that Sierpinski sets are strongly meager is due to Pawlikowsi. A more general result appears in Pawlikowski, Strongly meager sets and subsets of plane, Fundamenta Math., 156, 1998. Lusin sets are strongly null because for any sequence $\langle \epsilon_n : n \geq 1 \rangle$, the set $\bigcup \{(r_n - \epsilon_{2n}, r_n + \epsilon_{2n}) : n \geq 1\}$ , where $r_n$'s run over all rationals, covers all but countably many points in the Lusin set. Finally, if there is no uncountable set $A$ as above, then there cannot be any uncountable strongly meager/null set because if $A$ is uncountable strongly meager/null set then $A + B \neq \mathbb{R}$ for any $B$ which is both meager and null.