Resources

on transmission & prevention of COVID-19

with focus on airborne routes i.e. aerosols (& ballistic droplets)

Overview notes

  • This page was compiled as a resource as people are searching for credible information in the midst of the global pandemic.

  • Most people are legitimately trying to do the right thing for public health and are often craving reliable information of this topics.

  • Links are not necessarily comprehensive, but provide a few examples of additional reading and evidence for individuals who want to dig a little deeper.

  • I've done my best to include some examples of high-quality, non-partisan information (i.e. interviews with top-quality scientists), but I don't promise every line in all the articles is perfect.

  • The resources here are focused on the United States and in English, but I am happy to add other high-quality resources if you let me know.

  • This is meant to be a living, updated WEB.

  • If you know of other good resources for a general-audience, or see any major problems, please let me know.

  • Also suggest other science papers/evidence to include.

  • In some cases, an individual link could ve categorized in multiple places, so look on different sections.

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