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The control of the spread of SARS-CoV2 (and similar respiratory-borne pathogens) requires the development and adoption of behavioural and physical mitigations, such as the wearing of face coverings or increasing air replacement in an enclosed environment. In order to choose mitigations that are most effective in different environments, the relative importances of different potential viral transmission routes need to be understood and clearly communicated. This project aims to collect expert estimates for the relative importances of the different routes under different conditions (including different environments, activities and mitigations), and to create an interactive visualisation to allow communication of this information to a general audience.
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