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Airborne COVID Spread in Multifamily Housing: An overlooked risk

My latest for FairWarning investigates an issue that hasn't received much attention in either the press or the policy sphere. As I note in the article, most local public health agencies have essentially ignored it. Even the WHO has downplayed it. But as the latest science shows us without a doubt, airborne transmission is a primary pathway for COVID transmission -- and may be far more likely within multifamily housing, even between rooms and units, than most of us know or acknowledge. Read the full story here .

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