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A Defense Department study of the risk of catching the coronavirus on a packed commercial flight concluded that a person would have to be sitting next to an infectious passenger for at least 54 hours to receive a dangerous dose of the virus through the air.

washingtonpost.com/local/traff

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@Therealdcgirl
Ah.. therefor not all "doses" of the virus are dangerous.

@Therealdcgirl
Hmm. None of the pictures I've seen have the plane full.

Yes, I understand the airflow in a commercial aircraft & it looks much better than any other situation I am likely to encounter.

@Therealdcgirl
I hope no one sees this (lol) as I really enjoyed my recent flight to help my uncle (he had a stroke). NO ONE was coughing in the airport or on the plane, and the 3/4 empty plane was a pleasure. A silver lining for now...I just wish that TSA took everyone’s temperature during the security check, as well.

@Therealdcgirl and yet Newsom wants Californistani subjects to wear masks between bites.
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