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Indoor Spread, Workers' Anxieties, And Our Warped Sense Of Time
Coronavirus Daily
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Indoor Spread, Workers' Anxieties, And Our Warped Sense Of Time

Coronavirus Daily

Kelly McEvers, NPR

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Recent studies suggest the [SARS-CoV-2] virus could be small enough to spread by way of tiny particles in the air, not just larger particles that land on surfaces.

SARS-CoV-2 Might Spread Via Tiny Air Particles

What seems to be most dangerous are these spaces that are tightly packed and closed where lots of people are going to be talking, so they're going to be breathing in a lot of the same air—that seems to be the most dangerous place where you see high transmission of COVID-19.

COVID-19 Spreads Rapidly in Packed Indoor Spaces Where People Talk Frequently
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