This ban will mostly protect Japan, as the EU has massively worse infection and mortality numbers, and test positivity rates, aka under-testing
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there is a small table outside my door on the 3 days I teach with an alcohol battery operated machine
A HEPA air purifier inside would offer much more benefit. So far only airborne infection has been proven, and superspreading events have been in closed stale airspace.
Infection by touch / via surfaces has not been confirmed
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"reduce contacts among people"
Contact with each other's exhaled air/aerosols, more specifically.
So mostly indoors contacts.
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asking bars and restaurants ... to close by 8 p.m.
It's an airborne virus, rules should be different for indoors and outdoors
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Compulsory high-capacity HEPA air purifiers sounds great for everyone's safety
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precautions like washing our hands
For airborne viruses, handwashing only works if you remember to also wash the airways and lungs
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HEPA air purifiers and humidifiers are cheap and filter viral particles
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there are two men in the picture: one without a mask over his nose and the other wearing it as a chin strap
I sometimes wear like that outside, and put mask on properly before getting indoors
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