MIT medical, JAMA, PNAS & New England Journal of Medicine have debunked social distancing and have demonstrated that it is actually useless. The spread of COVID is 7 to 8 meters that’s (22.97 feet to 26.25 feet)!

jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/… 1/7
Biomedical research has shown that smaller droplets from coughs or sneezes travel much farther than six feet (between 23 to 27 feet) — the wind allows for COVID respiratory droplets of any size to travel farther still, to disperse, scatter and break apart [1-3]. 2/7
“On the other hand, it’s not clear how this newer research applies to COVID-19 or if viral particles that have traveled a great distance would still be stable and concentrated enough to be infectious.” 3/7
“A recent study showed that COVID-19 viral particles disperse, or break apart, relatively quickly in the air under normal conditions. Wind would make these particles diffuse even faster [4].”

nejm.org/doi/full/10.10… 4/7
“Peak exhalation speeds can reach up to 33 to 100 feet per second (10-30 m/s), creating a cloud that can span approximately 23 to 27 feet (7-8 m).”

lbourouiba.mit.edu/sites/default/… 5/7
Protective and source control masks, as well as other protective equipment, should have the ability to repeatedly withstand the kind of high-momentum multiphase turbulent gas cloud that may be ejected during a sneeze or a cough and the exposure from them. 6/7
Currently used surgical and N95 masks are not tested for these potential characteristics of respiratory emissions [1-4]. 7/7

1. jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/…

2. nejm.org/doi/full/10.10…

3.pnas.org/content/118/17…

4. medical.mit.edu/covid-19-updat…

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