New model calculates risk of COVID-19 transmission
Inspired by the Drake equation, Johns Hopkins fluid dynamics experts have developed the Contagion Airborne Transmission (CAT) inequality to make sense of the many variables, including environmental ones, that can affect transmissibility of COVID-19.
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