'No Talking' signs should be on NYC subway, disease experts say

NEW YORK — Yo, New Yorkers — you want to survive on the subway in the time of COVID-19?It’s easy — you just do what you always do: Sit there sullenly. Say nothing to panhandlers or the boisterous youths delivering a “showtime” performance.And shut your trap to the person next to you.It’s science.Normal, quiet breathing releases aerosol droplets that can suspend in the air for a short period of time, said David Vlahov, an epidemiologist at Yale University’s School of Nursing. Some of those droplets might contain coronavirus germs.But more of those aerosol droplets spew forth from your mouth thr…

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