Viruses in Air: COVID-19 Transmission As a Case Study
Professor Charlie Stanier, an aerosol scientist in the Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering at the University of Iowa, will discuss how virus-laden particles and droplets behave in air. These tiny particles of respiratory fluid, which can contain the virus that causes COVID-19, are a key reason behind our calls for physical distancing, good ventilation, masks, and face shields.
We anticipate a lively discussion, as local residents will be joined online by a group of attendees in Mt. Vernon. The event will be interactive.
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