Study Finds Ways to Prevent COVID-19 Spread at Concerts

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Dr. Michael Gekle is part of the team at Martin Luther University Halle Wittenberg who conducted the study. He discusses the findings of the research and what venues will have to keep in mind in the future to prevent the spread of the virus.
 
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On November 1st, Germany announced that they would be in partial lockdown for the month of November. That meant bars, clubs and cinemas could not host any guests. This came one day after a study was published that found that if indoor music and sporting venues followed good ventilation and social distancing measures, chances of virus transmission would be low.

Dr. Michael Gekle is part of the team at Martin Luther University Halle Wittenberg who conducted the study. He discusses the findings of the research and what venues will have to keep in mind in the future to prevent the spread of the virus.

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