Why Are Indoor Concerts More Dangerous Than Outdoor Events?

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Infectious disease specialist Dr. Brad Spellberg shares that it’s believed that open-air settings are less likely to result in substantial transmission because you have airflow, wind, and droplets will not be as heavily concentrated. Concerts involve singing and shouting, which is more likely to spread droplets to people around them, are inherently more dangerous than sporting events.

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