Broadcast on January 26, 2021
Available until January 26, 2022
Japanese researchers used a supercomputer to visualize how respiratory droplets spread in everyday situations including dining, office meetings and on public transportation such as taxis, trains and airplanes. They hope these visualizations will prevent people from being overly confident or fearful about COVID-19. One doctor is using such visualizations to prevent infections in home care and nursing facilities. He says such care plays a critical role amid the pandemic.