How To Make Indoor Air Safer
'If you’re waiting for a break from bad news about COVID, don’t hold your breath — or, actually, do hold your breath.'
Great insights from Kayleigh Rogers at from FiveThirtyEight discussing what experts have understood for months that COVID-19, can be spread by hitching a ride inside large respiratory droplets that are expelled when someone coughs, sneezes or talks.
Kayleigh, in her article, also addresses, more importantly, on how to make Indoor Air Safer.
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