It’s been a common feature in our lives for the past year, but new research suggests social distancing indoors might not be all that useful at stopping the spread of Covid-19.
When it comes to the threat of airborne transmission, a little extra distancing such as the one person per four-square-metre rule, or maintaining 1.5 metres between people, isn’t going to prevent infection, according to researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
In a study published overnight in the…
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