Stanford Scientists: Restaurants and Gyms Pose Highest Risk for Covid Transmission

The study mapped mobility data in ten American cities when wearing masks was less prevalent. The study, published in 'Nature' magazine, also pointed out that even if attending the same types of places, the poor are at greater risk of becoming infected.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Researchers from Stanford University in California used data on the mobility of people in ten cities in the United States and developed a model that shows the places where someone is most likely to become infected with the novel coronavirus (Sars-CoV-2) without wearing masks and with operations reopened.

The results of the study were published in "Nature", one of the world's leading scientific journals, on Tuesday, November 10th.

According to data collected for the city of Chicago, the third most populated in the country, the ranking of places, from highest to lowest risk . . .

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