Coronavirus exposure reduction strategies in aircraft cabins involving vacant middle seats and masks

Specialist researcher holding microscope slide analyzing blood sample working at coronavirus vaccine development during virus examination in microbiology hospital laboratory. Biochemistry experiment

In a recent study published in the journal Engineering Reports, researchers evaluated the reduction in exposure to airborne viruses in aircraft cabins when mitigation measures such as mask-wearing and leaving the middle seat vacant were adopted to understand strategies to limit the spread of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) during air travel.

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