American Institute of Physics
October 27 2020

Aerosol microdroplets, the tiny particles that linger in the air longest after we talk, cough, or sneeze, do not appear to be extremely efficient at spreading the virus that leads to COVID-19.
Modeling of SARS-CoV-2 transmission in confined spaces suggests aerosol transmission is not a very efficient route. The results were published in Physics of Fluids, by AIP Publishing.
Physicists and medical doctors at the University of Amsterdam's Van der Waals-Zeeman Institute used laser technology to measure the distribution of droplets released when people speak or cough

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