1. The risk of COVID-19 transmission on a train  Outbreak News Today
  2. 'Covid-19 transmission rate in train carriage decoded'  Times of India
  3. Study reveals attack rate of COVID-19 on trains  News-Medical.Net
  4. Train passengers at Covid-19 risk sitting 2.5 metres from infected person on two-hour journey  The Irish Sun
  5. Train passengers could be infected by coronavirus if they sit within 8ft of someone who is ill  Daily Mail
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A study by scientists from the University of Southampton has examined the chances of catching COVID-19 in a train carriage carrying an infectious person. Based on high-speed routes in China, researchers from WorldPop found that for train passengers sitting within three rows (widthwise) and five columns (lengthwise) of an infected person (index patient) between zero […]

The risk of COVID-19 transmission on a train - Outbreak News Today

Scientists have examined the chances of healthy people catching Covid-19 in a train carriage with a single infectious person, and have found that a safe social distance of more than one metre is required for an hour spent travelling together with the individual. The researchers, including those from the Chinese Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, assessed high-speedScientists have examined the chances of healthy people catching Covid-19 in a train carriage with a single infectious person, and have found that a safe social distance of more than one metre is

Covid-19 transmission rate in train carriage decoded | Deccan Herald

A study by scientists from the University of Southampton has examined the chances of catching COVID-19 in a train carriage carrying an infectious person.A study by scientists from the University of Southampton has examined the chances of catching COVID-19 in a train carriage carrying an infectious person.

Study reveals attack rate of COVID-19 on trains

TRAIN passengers could be infected by Coronavirus if they sit within 2.5 metres of someone carrying the disease on a two-hour journey, according to new research. Scientists from the University of S…

Train passengers at Covid-19 risk sitting 2.5 metres from infected person on two-hour journey – The Irish Sun

The new research conducted by the University of Southampton also revealed sitting one metre apart is required to be safe when travelling for an hour.The new research conducted by the University of Southampton also revealed sitting one metre apart is required to be safe when travelling for an hour.

Train passengers could be infected by coronavirus if they sit within 8ft of someone who is ill | Daily Mail Online

Science News: The researchers, including those from the Chinese Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, assessed high-speed train routes in China, and found thatScience News: The researchers, including those from the Chinese Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, assessed high-speed train routes in China, and found that

'Covid-19 transmission rate in train carriage decoded' - Times of India

Science News: The researchers, including those from the Chinese Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, assessed high-speed train routes in China, and found thatThe researchers, including those from the Chinese Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, assessed high-speed train routes in China, and found that for passengers sitting within three rows (widthwise) and five columns (lengthwise) of an infected person, between zero and ten percent caught the disease.

'Covid-19 transmission rate in train carriage decoded' - Times of India

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The researchers assessed high-speed train routes in China, and found that for passengers sitting within three rows and five columns of an infected person, between zero and ten per cent caught the disease.The researchers assessed high-speed train routes in China, and found that for passengers sitting within three rows and five columns of an infected person, between zero and ten per cent caught the disease.

What are the Chances of Catching Covid-19 in a Train Carriage? New Study Spells Out Safe Distance