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    The New York Times Company | Apoorva Mandavilli | 3/17/20 | 6 min
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    • kurpels
      Scout
      2 months ago

      I confused. To mitigate risk let’s just call it airborne.

      • turtlebubble
        Scout
        2 months ago

        Yea my thoughts too.. like okay it’s not airborne but it’s tiny-liquid-droplets-suspended-in-air-borne

    • joanne2 months ago

      Wow, that certainly wasn’t good news. I’m on day two of hunkering down, been social distancing for five days. Stay safe everyone. So grateful for Readup.

    • Plum2 months ago

      This is such important research. I am in Boston and we are running out of n 95 masks. Health care workers are being told to reuse them when needed and switch to surgical masks. In other words, they are not being protected. I can’t believe how poorly prepared we are considering we could see this coming for weeks. This is the terrible consequence of having an absent uninformed and clueless leader.

    • Pegeen2 months ago

      Unreal.

    • turtlebubble
      Scout
      2 months ago

      Seems important

      • Jank2 months ago

        Yes