A study published Tuesday in a world-leading medical journal said that 6-foot social distancing indoors did little to stop the spread of coronavirus indoors but it didn’t take into account all the ways the virus spreads.
Crucially, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) study focused on airborne transmission of very small droplets. The study didn’t look at whether distancing stops the virus spreading via two other possible routes: first, larger respiratory droplets, and second, direct contact.
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