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Singing and talking, particularly when done loudly, are risky activities, as researchers learned from the Washington choir practice that became a Covid-19 superspreader event.
Experts have pointed to the spread of the virus in choirs, buses, fitness classes and other poorly ventilated spaces.
If you look at superspreading events, for example the Washington choir case, it is impossible they are being spread by droplets.
A database of Covid-19 superspreading events around the world lists numerous choir practices and a few concerts as sources of contagion.
In one notorious case, a single person at a choir practice in Washington state infected 52 others, leading to two deaths.
Similar stories linking choir practice to superspreading events have emerged.
The steady use of the organ for an hour-and-a-half's choir rehearsal would exhaust the batteries.
When fifteen he became voluntary organist and choir-master to the Birkenhead School Chapel.
B'lieves in candles and vestures; got Tim into the choir one Sunday, and now you can't keep him out of it.
THE CROMPTONSMARY J. HOLMES
The body is an octagon of thirty-two feet diameter; and the choir, of the same shape, is twenty-one feet in diameter.

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