👉 #COVID19 transmission risks and infection rates in public transport 🚌🚎 - what do we know? Collecting information, developments and appreciating (scientific) feedback. @c_drosten @mugecevik @rki_de @CDCgov @UITPnews @VDV_Verband @NACTO @APTA_Transit @agoraverkehr ⬇️ (thread)
cont'd: Question for @WHO @CPHO_Canada @CDCgov @NACTO by @Penalosa_G 👉 https://twitter.com/Penalosa_G/status/1266441105085739014
cont'd: 'Japan [...] found no infection events linked to commuter trains...' 👉 https://twitter.com/MedMezghani/status/1266479142729592839
cont'd: "Lessons from virologists and public health experts at Tohoku University in Japan, where the state of emergency is being lifted: public transit, especially when everyone uses masks, is probably fine." by @miller_stephen 👉 https://twitter.com/miller_stephen/status/1266016328441384960
cont'd: 'Public transport can be crowded. But not much talking, laughing or singing on most trains and buses.' by @PaulABarter 👉 https://twitter.com/PaulABarter/status/1260390556720492544
cont'd: Guidelines for public and mass transport, and COVID control as developed by Collaborative Modeling Group Colombia COVID19–Transport (English version now available): https://www.transformative-mobility.org/news/guidelines-for-public-and-mass-transport-and-covid-control https://twitter.com/TUMInitiative/status/1277562841034358787
cont'd: Article by @AleTirachini and Oded Cats on "COVID-19 and Public Transportation: Current Assessment, Prospects, and Research Needs" now available on: https://scholarcommons.usf.edu/jpt/vol22/iss1/1/
cont'd: Very useful thread by @SFBART about air flow, #Covid_19 and safety: https://twitter.com/SFBART/status/1294032912329760769?s=19
cont'd: via @MedMezghani: "Only 1% of #COVID19 clusters are linked to transport. They come from work places (24%), health care venues (16%), family gatherings (14%), public events (9%), social accommodations (8%)."
Source @santeprevention https://twitter.com/MedMezghani/status/1295846786138025992
cont'd: The science behind campus bus changes during COVID-19 via @pdakean @UMich https://twitter.com/pdakean/status/1296093035831361537
cont'd: Not about public transport but aviation: via @EricTopol @JAMANetworkOpen https://twitter.com/EricTopol/status/1295738330244501504
cont'd: Key factors for #COVID__19 safe public transport via @NUMOalliance https://twitter.com/NUMOalliance/status/1296555678451064833?s=19
cont'd: New study by German @rki_de - transmissions risks in transport rather small: https://twitter.com/TUMInitiative/status/1297116729957658624
cont'd: Given small number of cases and thorough tracing in New Zealand, this could be a relevant case study. https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12358729 @minhealthnz @motnz: Any findings about risks and transmissions are highly appreciated by the transport community. Stay healthy to all involved.
cont'd: Learn more about #COVID19 and transport regulations in New Zealand via @motnz: https://www.transport.govt.nz/about/covid-19/ 
cont'd: Important study from @bmj_latest:

Two metres or one: what is the evidence for physical distancing in covid-19? https://www.bmj.com/content/370/bmj.m3223
cont'd: Watch: "How risky is it to use public transport?" by @NUMOalliance @EUROCLIMA_UE_AL @MobiliseCityLAT @WRIRossCities with @AleTirachini Andrea Varela, Jairo Espinosa Oviedo
cont'd: via @linseymarr: 6 feet may not always be enough distance to protect from COVID-19 : https://twitter.com/linseymarr/status/1298615954751000578
cont'd: Update from Sydney (it essentially shows, how good tracking works): https://twitter.com/7NewsSydney/status/1300344613631176705
cont'd: Mask it a habit...via @TheGautrain https://twitter.com/TheGautrain/status/1300385203794436097
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