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The MIT study that said social distancing does little to stop COVID-19 indoors didn’t look at the main way the virus spreads – Business Insider Australia

The MIT study didn’t examine if social distancing stopped coronavirus spreading by large droplets from coughs, or via surfaces.



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  • An MIT study published Tuesday suggested social distancing did little to limit airborne coronavirus transmission indoors.
  • But the study didn’t look at whether social distancing stops coronavirus spreading via other routes.
  • The virus can also spread in larger droplets when people cough or sneeze, or via direct contact with surfaces.
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A study published Tuesday in a world-leading medical journal said that 1.83m social distancing indoors did little to stop…

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