Andrey (azangru) wrote,
Andrey
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Every time Bret repeats this I can't help wondering: are there respiratory pathogens that are actually good at outdoor transmission? The laws of physics should work the same on all of them by diluting the number of infectious particles per unit of volume, right? Would a pathogen that is good at outdoor transmission have a much lower infectious dose?

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