With most indoor retail set to resume on June 15, shoppers will also have to wear a mask if they expect to enter stores. Business owners will be required to post signs telling customers they won’t be served if they’re not covered up. Riding public transportation still requires a mask, as does any job that involves interacting with other people. … [Read more...] about What does SF’s new ‘30-foot-rule’ mean? In short, always carry a mask
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How worried should we be in Australia about asymptomatic spread? It is reassuring that the people who are asymptomatic and have the virus don’t seem to get worse, said Prof Bruce Thompson, dean of the school of health sciences at Swinburne University. Less severe disease and therefore less coughing and vomiting meant there was less opportunity for it to contaminate surfaces and infect people. “We haven’t seen deaths in the population of people who were positive but asymptomatic,” he said. “They also didn’t transmit or shed the virus for as long and finally, recovered quicker. This research highlights the importance of continuing to do more testing.” … [Read more...] about Asymptomatic coronavirus: how common is it and can its spread be contained?
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