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How to (Literally) Drive the Coronavirus Away – The New York Times

What’s the transmission risk inside a car? An airflow study offers some insight for passengers and drivers alike.



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Because its not always practical to have all the windows wide open, especially in the depths of winter, Dr. Mathai and his colleagues also modeled several other options. They found that while the most intuitive-seeming solution having the driver and the passenger each roll down their own windows was better than keeping all the windows closed, an even better strategy was to open the windows that are opposite each occupant. That configuration allows fresh air to flow in through the back left window…

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