By NAMI SUGIURA/ Staff Writer
October 14, 2020 at 19:40 JST
In this simulation, a person, left, receives an estimated five times more droplets exhaled from the person they are sitting next to when talking at a restaurant than when they are sitting across from each other. (Provided by Riken Center for Computational Science, Toyohashi University of Technology and Kobe University. Supported by Kyoto Institute of Technology, Suntory Liquors Ltd. and Toppan Printing Co.)
Next time you dine out with a friend, you may want to think carefully about the seating pattern you end up with. [Read More]
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