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


“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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