Here’s where (and how) you are most likely to catch COVID-19 as per a new study

where you can catch COVID-19

A new study shows where and how you are most likely to catch COVID-19 Image: Unsplash/ Towfiqu barbhuiya

Trish Greenhalgh
Professor, Primary Health Care
Jose-Luis Jimenez
Distinguished Professor, Chemistry, University of Colorado Boulder
Zhe Peng
Research Scientist, University of Colorado Boulder
Shelly Miller
Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Colorado Boulder
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