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The study recommended that airports work with qualified HVAC engineers to determine how they can augment current systems, particularly in areas where travelers tend to congregate.
The coronavirus has been particularly virulent in places where people congregate — churches, nursing homes, prisons, close-quarters work environments and the like.
“It’s unwise to bring disparate people together in a congregate setting during the time of the pandemic, and the Super Bowl is no exception to that,” says John Swartzberg, an infectious disease specialist at the University of California, Berkeley.
Galaxies congregate in superclusters on scales vastly greater than anything experts had considered before the 20th century.
The meeting usually would have taken place in the Gertrude-Lafrance cafeteria, but by the spring it had become part of the Quebec medical facility’s red zone, making it an unsafe place to congregate.
Because you have dealbreakers, choose places where people with the same dealbreakers might congregate.
Bastos described more than 100 eels congregating in a small lake.
People congregating at the pedestrian crossing because of the long border wait times, with no enforcement of mask-wearing and no social distancing.
Everyone has covid-19, so patients can congregate if they are able, without fear of infecting one another.
The tool allows the state to screen congregate settings for the virus without asking people to line up to take tests.

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