Covid exposure level from airborne aerosols in high wind?

by mindpilot, la Playa Buenavista, Thursday, January 21, 2021, 06:03 (44 days ago) @ FotoNut

From what I've read, the COVID virus is not very hardy. It rides around in water droplets and once that droplet is dispersed the virus dies very quickly.

My semi-scientific guess: High winds would actually lessen your chances of contracting the virus. The turbulent air would tend to break up the droplets and the wind would quickly disperse and dilute any clusters of viral material.

So the basics, mask up, wash your hands, stay away from other people, and since we can do this here...stay outside as much as possible.

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