Sun. Aug 1st, 2021

Music fans in Germany got back into a concert venue for the first time in months. They weren’t just there to enjoy the songs however, it was part of a massive experiment by scientists to investigate how the coronavirus spreads in crowded environments. It’s hoped the research findings will allow large gatherings to take place again sooner.» Subscribe to NBC News:
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German Scientists Stage Packed Concert To Investigate COVID-19 Spread | NBC News

5 thoughts on “German Scientists Stage Packed Concert To Investigate COVID-19 Spread | NBC News”
  1. The SARS Corona Viruses really allow people to watch concerts, soccer games, rugby games, football games, basketball, tennis, and other sports events and attend church, and other crowd gatherings….

    But people must wear HazMat Suits with breathing apparatus which they need to dispose off properly after use.

  2. Spoiler alert: Some people will catch it and they’ll all be just fine. There aren’t many mysteries to this anymore. We know who the vulnerable population is. It’s the elderly especially those with comorbidities. The average age of a kung flu death in the US is 78. If you’re 45 and under the risk of dying is as close to zero as it can be. Up to 65 it’s around flu range. 91% of the deaths in the US are in the 55+ age group with a third of all deaths being in the 85+ group. Everyone needs to chill out.

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