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Better masks, adequate ventilation can reduce spread of COVID-19 virus in enclosed spaces

Posted On: Apr 13, 2021   |   Posted By: News Medical

With research increasingly showing the COVID-19 virus is transmissible via smaller droplets suspended in air, there is a growing concern current public health guidelines of mask wearing and social distancing are insufficient in combating its spread in indoor environments, like prisons, hospitals, and meatpacking plants, where people tend to be in close quarters.

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