The results of a study by the Riken Research Institute and the University of Kobe indicate that humidity controls help reduce infection during times when windows cannot be opened for ventilation.
The researchers used the supercomputer “Fujaco” to simulate the emission and flow of virus-like particles from infected people in closed places.
The simulations showed that air humidity of less than 30 percent resulted in more than double the amount of volatile particles compared to humidity levels of 60 percent or more.
The study also indicated that face shields are not as effective as masks in preventing the spread of the spray, and there is a growing consensus among health experts that the Corona virus can spread through the air.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revised its guidelines this month to say the virus could remain in the air for hours.
The research team at the Riken Institute was used by the Fugaco supercomputer to simulate contagion conditions in trains, workplaces and classrooms.
It is worth noting that the simulations showed that opening windows in passenger trains increased ventilation by two to three times, which reduces the concentration of surrounding microbes.
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