Covid-19: “Beaches are one of the most dangerous places to be”

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“Surfers say that they’re safe if they stay six feet away from other people. But that would only be true if the air didn’t move,” notes Kimberly Prather, a climate and atmospheric scientist at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography.

“In reality, there’s always a breeze or wind at the coastline. As a result, small drops of coronavirus float in the air and get blown around.”

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