"Indoor spaces, with limited air exchange or recycled air and lots of people, are concerning from a transmission standpoint. ... Social distancing guidelines don't hold in indoor spaces where you spend a lot of time, as people on the opposite side of the room were infected.
The principle is viral exposure over an extended period of time. In all these cases, people were exposed to the virus in the air for a prolonged period (hours). Even if they were 50 feet away (choir or call center), even a low dose of the virus in the air reaching them, over a sustained period, was enough to cause infection and in some cases, death."
Go to the More responses for responding to COVID-19 page for Rockland Country resources for response.
Is the virus lurking in my clothes, hair, mail? (NY Times briefing 20 April 2020)
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