Erratum: Practical Indicators for Risk of Airborne Transmission in Shared Indoor Environments and Their Application to COVID-19 Outbreaks (Environmental Science and Technology (2022) 56:2 (1125-1137) DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.1c06531)
Peng Z., Pineda Rojas AL., Kropff E., Bahnfleth W., Buonanno G., Dancer SJ., Kurnitski J., Li Y., Loomans MGLC., Marr LC., Morawska L., Nazaroff W., Noakes C., Querol X., Sekhar C., Tellier R., Greenhalgh T., Bourouiba L., Boerstra A., Tang JW., Miller SL., Jimenez JL.
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