1. Dominik Lenné Dominik Lenné Germany says:

    A recent Japanese Supercomputer CFD study found the exact opposite: that transmission probability goes down with humidity going up. And they gave an explanation fitting well into known facts: with humidity rising, droplets dry out slower or not at all, remaining heavier and more of them sink to the ground. Those are the big droplets with the many viruses in them.
    www.reuters.com/.../japan-supercomputer-shows-humidity-affects-aerosol-spread-of-coronavirus-idUSKBN26Z0PI

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