Are Running or Cycling Actually Risks for Spreading Covid-19?
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April 14, 20209 min read, 1738 words

Are Running or Cycling Actually Risks for Spreading Covid-19?Are Running or Cycling Actually Risks for Spreading Covid-19?

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Published: April 14, 2020  |  9 min read, 1738 words
Belgian-Dutch research team self-published a report advising runners and cyclists that they should take extra care while passing others on the road, warning them that respiratory droplets that could potentially contain the novel coronavirus might spread further than the 6 feet bu...
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April 16, 2020
A well-sourced look at an issue that has caused quite a stir in scientific circles as of late. The Author does a good job here of avoiding journalistic histrionics and sticking to the story. The balanced approach to the topic yields dividends by providing scads of useful information. Well-quoted and exemplary commentary plus good graphical descriptors and data place things nicely in context. Tight writing with no extraneous frippery keeps the story interesting and informative. A read that's well worth your time. Four stars!
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April 16, 2020
Cuts through all the panic misinformation and comes to reasonably conclusions based on science.
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