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Where and how you are most likely to catch Covid, according to study

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Some activities are a lot safer than others when it comes to Covid transmission risk., according to research published by ACS Publications.

In the study, both how the virus is transmitted and where this transmission is most likely are examined.Coronavirus spreads mainly by airborne transmission which means the keys to understanding how we actually become infected are actaully physics and chemistry.

Air is a fluid made up of invisible, rapidly and randomly moving molecules, so airborne particles disperse over time indoors, such as in a room or on a bus.

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