Researchers examine which approaches are most effective at reducing COVID-19 spread

Social bubbles and masks are more situation-dependent in terms of effectiveness

Researchers have found that physical distancing is universally effective at reducing the spread of COVID-19, while social bubbles and masks are more situation-dependent. The researchers developed a model to test the effectiveness of measures such as physical distancing, masks or social bubbles when used in various settings.

SOURCE: Simon Fraser University

[Admin: This study is based a model and may not reflect results from observational studies. Do not use it for personal guidance. Please continue your (hopefully) adherence to local guideline/ requirements.]

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