Cruising in a car with people you don’t live with offers an easy opportunity for the coronavirus to latch onto you if someone is sick, just like in other enclosed spaces such as apartments and restaurants.

That’s because respiratory droplets potentially carrying the virus, when coughed or sneezed out by a sick person, remain suspended in the air before settling down. Over time, these particles can build up and increase risk of infection if not flushed out of the car.

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