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“Is Singing Together Safe?”

NPR/Aug. 10, 2020 by Anastasia Tsioulcas

“Back in the days before the coronavirus pandemic, lots of people found community and comfort in singing together, whether at school, as a form of worship, in amateur groups or performing as professionals. Last year, Chorus America reported that some 54 million Americans — that is, more than…” READ MORE

KEY TAKEAWAY: New findings show singers, certain wind and brass instrumentalists, generate respiratory aerosols at high rates.

https://www.npr.org/2020/08/10/888945949/is-singing-together-safe-in-the-era-of-coronavirus-not-really-experts-say

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