Through coughing, sneezing, and belting out a ‘Hamilton’ tune, a microbiologist showed how droplets travel far less when people wear masks.
If anyone heard a Hamilton show tune emanating from the lab at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane, Washington, that was likely from a test being conducted on the effectiveness of face masks in blocking flying respiratory droplets.
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