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Re: Epidemiological question for Francois (or someone with similar professional chops) [Jae K]
So help me out here. A respiratory droplet is about 5-10 nm. A covid virus particle is about 0.1-0.5 nm. Assuming that the viral load is the determining factor in whether you get infected or not, how likely is it that enough of a 0.1-0.5 nm particle would actually make it into your nasal passages while running by an infected individual at 7-8mph? The physics don't seem to hold up here.

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Last edited by: alex_korr: Oct 18, 20 20:22

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