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Aerodynamics of Infectious Disease: Airflow Studies Reveal Strategies to Reduce Indoor Transmission of COVID-19 – SciTechDaily

Scientists studying the aerodynamics of infectious disease share steps to curb transmission during indoor activities. Wear a mask. Stay six feet apart. Avoid large…

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Simulation of pedestrian counterflow (red and pink particles) confined within a hallway (blue boundary), under conditions of weak social distancing. Credit: Kelby Kramer and Gerald J. Wang
Scientists studying the aerodynamics of infectious disease share steps to curb transmission during indoor activities.
Wear a mask. Stay six feet apart. Avoid large gatherings. As the world awaits a safe and effective vaccine, controlling the COVID-19 pandemic hinges on widespread compliance with these public health…

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