Measure the risk of airborne COVID-19 in your office, classroom, or bus ride

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/2020/08/how-to-measure-risk-airborne-coronavirus-your-office-classroom-bus-ride-cvd/

Can kids go back to crowded schools? Is it safe to throw parties with friends? This is the measure of the risk of airborne COVID-19 in your classroom, subway ride, and your bus ride. Led by Jose-Luis Jimenez at the University of Colorado Boulder, The charts below estimate the riskiness of different activities based on one potential route of covid-19 spread: tiny, little particles known as aerosols. Down below are the percentages of airborne COVID-19 in your classroom, subway ride, and bus ride.

In your classroom, in twenty minutes you have one percent chance of getting COVID-19. In one hour you have a five percent chance of getting COVID-19. In two hours you have an eleven percent chance of getting COVID-19. In three hours you have a sixteen percent chance of getting COVID-19. On a subway ride, in 20 minutes you have zero percent chance of getting COVID-19. In one hour you have 0 percent chance of getting COVID-19. In one hours you have a one percent chance of getting COVID-19. In three hours you have one percent chance of getting COVID-19.On a bus ride, in 20 minutes you have 0 percent chance of getting COVID-19. In one hour you have 0 percent chance of getting COVID-19. In two hours you have one percent chance of getting covid-19. In three hours you have one percent chance of getting COVID-19.

  I chose this article because I wanted to do something that’s big in the world, such as COVID-19. I saw this one and the charts made me really interested. It is important to the world because people are dying from it. It’s breaking news because COVID is going around the world. I thought this was an amazing article made by Maya Wei-haas and Kennedy Elliott.

By Sam 4F

This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

1 Response to Measure the risk of airborne COVID-19 in your office, classroom, or bus ride

  1. Samantha Sarro says:

    I like your article. 😃😃😃 I like how you were very specific.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *