Although the study does come with a few caveats, it provides valuable data for airlines and travelers, according to two experts Healthline interviewed. New research shows that airlines can take one simple step to significantly reduce the risk of passengers being exposed to the coronavirus on flights. “The study did not assess risk of transmission in relation to seat occupancy. It also conducted the study in mannequins without masks, not representative of current mask requirements while flying,” he noted out. “Like many studies done in the real world, this had its limitations, and about all you can say is that keeping a middle seat empty is a good idea.
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