COVID-19: Aerosolized particles carrying virus stay in the air longer than previously thought

This shows the aerosol cloud modelNew model reveals the aerosolized particles carrying the coronavirus can remain in the air longer than was previously suggested. Researchers modeled a scenario where an infected person coughs in a supermarket aisle and takes into consideration in-store ventilation systems. The model revealed the aerosol-cloud containing COVID-19 spreads outside the immediate vicinity of the coughing person and dilutes in the process, but the dilution occurs over several minutes.