Covid: a study highlights the risks of contamination inside an air-conditioned restaurant

Evidence is mounting on the air transmission of Covid-19, little documented a few months ago. A new Korean study published in late November in the Journal of Korean medicinefocuses on the case of a sick person who was seated this summer in a restaurant in the country equipped – this is important – with air conditioning.

This patient, then carrying the virus but not yet tested positive, infected two people during outings in this closed place, also poorly ventilated, without windows or ventilation system, the researchers discovered after having gone back up his route.

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