How a virus spreads through an airplane cabin. 

Researchers from Emory University and the Georgia Institute of Technology studied how airborne pathogens move through the cabin of transcontinental flights. “[P]assengers infected with influenza—a disease that spreads through the air—aren’t likely to infect other passengers who sit more than two seats to the left or right, or more than two seats in front or back.” learn more

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