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Follow the most recent and relevant research from the Healthy Buildings Program that relates to coronavirus and infectious disease, as well as relevant contributions relating to infectious disease and the built environment.
The updated version of this document was released in November 2020 to address new scientific research results that have been published since the original document was released in June 2020 and to improve clarity in several instances.View Research
Aerosol inhalation was likely the dominant contributor to COVID-19 transmission among passengers aboard the Diamond Princess Cruise Ship. Moreover, close-range and long-range transmission likely contributed similarly to disease progression aboard the ship, with fomite transmission playing a smaller role.View Research
The transmission risk for measles is 70 times higher among unvaccinated students. However, additional significant risk reduction is achieved through building-related infection control strategies. View Research