What We Really Know About Covid Transmission On Planes [Roundup]

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  1. There have been no studies since March 2020 when nobody had any immunity? How is this data relevant to today?

  2. The airlines have actively sought to continue the lie that flying in planes during covid is perfectly safe. Plain logic makes clear that sitting in a metal tube for hours with lots of people very close to you isn’t the smartest idea when trying to avoid an aerosol-transmitted disease, despite how many air changes per hour they claim.

  3. Thank you for sharing information from someone who is educated, trained and experienced in epidemiology and public health.

    DaveS, most of the studies referenced in the article were performed after March 2020 including one that was published last month.

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