With students back in the classroom, the potential for more outbreaks of the coronavirus skyrockets. Since the onset of COVID-19 and the announcement that the virus was airborne in the Spring of 2020, University of Michigan aerosol scientists Andrew Ault and Kerri Pratt have advised public school systems on how to mitigate the transmission of COVID-19 in the classroom. In this Q&A session, Ault and Pratt discuss how aerosols spread in enclosed settings and how school systems can make classrooms safer for teachers and students cost-efficiently.
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