The restaurant became the target of investigation after one diner was found to have infected nine others while eating there. But as with fomite transmission, scientists have found very few concrete cases in which it was clear that aerosols played a role in transmission. WHO advice published in October said: “Aerosol transmission can occur in specific settings, particularly in indoor, crowded and inadequately ventilated spaces, where infected person(s) spend long periods of time with others, such as restaurants, choir practices, fitness classes, nightclubs, offices and/or places of worship.” Last year Germany added regular ventilation of rooms to its formula for tackling coronavirus, with opening windows hailed by Angela Merkel as one of the “cheapest and effective ways” of fighting the virus..
25 years on from the historic voyage of the Cook Islands’ vaka, the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons is now entering into force. This is the first legally binding international agreement to comprehensively prohibit nuclear weapons. Its ultimate goal is their total elimination.
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