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A toilet flush can release up to 80,000 polluted droplets and leave them suspended a metre in the air for hours if the lid is left up, a new study has found. The findings, released by City University’s Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering on Thursday, also revealed smaller bacteria are even more likely to become airborne and transmitted into the surrounding area via droplets produced in flushing. Smaller agents still, such as the deadly coronavirus now confronting Hong Kong , may also spread through the water particles.
originally posted by: DeadElf
You realise that even when you close the lid those particles still come out? There are gaps between the bowl, seat and lid that the particles eject sideways out of if they cannot eject upwards.
did you find whether or not fabric is a term magne
The average human exhales about 2.3 pounds of carbon dioxide on an average day. (The exact quantity depends on your activity level—a person engaged in vigorous exercise produces up to eight times as much CO2 as his sedentary brethren.)Aug 13, 200
BTW, are you saying THEY gave you a mask to wear? In the US???
originally posted by: Waterglass
a reply to: rickymouse
Deny what? You think I went there to evade detection? In went there to make sure I didn't have it. Bribes? As of today there are NO confirmed cases of Coronavirus in South Carolina. Hay they have my address so the men in the white vans or black SUV's can always show up and take me away. But that wont happen as this is what they are doing next door.
200 people in Georgia self-monitoring for coronavirus
That's right; self-monitoring-for-coronavirus. Do it yourself at home!