Droplets from our coughing, sneezing—and perhaps even talking—travel farther than previously suspected.
As the world opens back up, even with COVID-19 in an unrelenting swing, one guideline is repeated again and again: Keep six feet of social distance. And this number makes us feel safe because it comes from the authorities. But this number is, according to a new study, inaccurate and flawed.
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