⚠️AEROSOL—Computer model of the Diamond Princess cruise 🚢 utbreak found that the virus spread most readily in microscopic droplets light enough to linger in the air—it was aerosol. This is now slam dunk for the coronavirus aerosol transmission. #covid19
Aboard the Diamond Princess, a Case Study in Aerosol Transmission
The Diamond Princess’ outbreak is perhaps the most valuable case study available of coronavirus transmission — an experiment-in-a-bottle, rich in data, as well as a dark warning for what was to come in much of the world
A computer model of the Diamond Princess outbreak adds support to an accumulating body of evidence implicating small, airborne droplets in the spread of Covid-19
The study concluded that smaller droplets accounted for about 60 percent of new infections aboard the Diamond Princess, both at close range, within a few yards of an infectious person, and at greater distances
A computer model of the Diamond Princess outbreak adds support to an accumulating body of evidence implicating small, airborne droplets in the spread of Covid-19
A computer model of the cruise-ship outbreak found that the virus spread most readily in microscopic droplets light enough to linger in the air 🦠
There will never be enough stories about the cruise ships. Endlessly fascinating. And the quotes! “If you can smell what I had for lunch, you’re getting my air, and you can be getting virus particles as well.”
New NYT article "So wearing good-quality masks — standard surgical masks, or cloth masks with multiple layers rather than just one — will most likely be needed as well, even in well-ventilated spaces where people are keeping their distance."
Aboard the Diamond Princess, a Case Study in Aerosol Transmission A computer model of the cruise-ship outbreak found that the virus spread most readily in microscopic droplets light enough to linger in the air.
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There's a new article that refers to the Diamond Princess in arguing for aerosol transmission of the coronavirus (Times from yesterday). It's intriguing to read the commons from March in my blogpost on the "Corona Princess."
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While the study (linked to in the NYT) purports to support aerosol transmission, I'm perplexed that it claims the Diamond Princess cruise ship did not recirculate air. That's not what an expert (Chen) on air circulation in bldgs writes.
#COVID19: Aboard the Diamond Princess, a Case Study in Aerosol Transmission
Aboard the Diamond Princess, a Case Study in Aerosol Transmission: A computer model of the cruise-ship outbreak found that the virus spread most readily in microscopic droplets light enough to linger in the air.
Computer model of C19 aerosol transmission, supports wearing face masks & also room ventilation - BUT, big BUT it is a preprint - what do you think ? Diamond Princess, a Case Study in Aerosol Transmission
“If you can smell what I had for lunch, you’re getting my air, and you can be getting virus particles as well.” Call it the “garlic breath” effect.
Modelling indicates that 60% of Diamond Princess cruise ship infections were by aerosol transmission, both close range & at greater distances. Description of modelling👇.
Oh Lord. Aerosol transmission. "good ventilation is not enough; the Diamond Princess was well ventilated and the air did not recirculate, the researchers noted." , thoughts on this study & the implications for classroom teaching?