People Taller Than Six Feet Are Twice As Likely To Contract COVID-19
People over six feet tall are more than twice as likely to be diagnosed with the coronavirus, the results of a new survey reveal.
The results found that taller people are at a higher risk, which researchers say suggests that the contagion is spreading through the air — because height would not be a factor if the virus was only contractible through droplets, according to the report.
“The results of this survey in terms of associations between height and diagnosis suggest downward droplet transmission is not the only transmission mechanism and aerosol transmission is possible,” Professor Evan Kontopantelis, of the University of Manchester, told the outlet.
“This has been suggested by other studies, but our method of confirmation is novel,” he added.
“Though social distancing is still important, because transmission by droplets is still likely to occur, it does suggest that mask-wearing may be just as — if not more — effective in prevention.
Marlins Players Were Reportedly Out Partying In Atlanta Before Coronavirus Spread Within Team
During an appearance on 937 The Fan in Pittsburgh, USA Today MLB insider Bob Nightengale says he heard some Marlins players may have caught the Coronavirus while out partying in Atlanta.
“Well, I think a couple of guys went out in Atlanta, so I don’t think it was some kind of fluke, oh they got it from a bus driver or pilot or something like that, I believe some guys got careless, at least one guy did for sure, he went out and came back positive and spread it around”
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Batmobile, ’81 DeLorean And Ectomobile Replicas Hit Auction Block After Owner Goes To Jail For Insurance Fraud
Which one would you choose? The movie-themed cars going up for auction on Aug. 1 include a 1981 "Back to the Future" DeLorean, a 1959 Cadillac made to look like the "Ghostbusters" Ectomobile and a 1995 Chevrolet made to look like Batman's Batmobile. https://t.co/YL4NGgNI9f
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The Rock Says He Was Considered For The Role Of Willy Wonka
Some cool history – back in the early 2000’s, iconic director, Tim Burton had considered me to play Willy Wonka is his remake, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. I remember thinking “HOLY SHIT, IM IN”. But that was many years ago when I was just starting out in Hollywood with no foundation of global box office strength or any real acting experience to even pull it off.The role, of course, went to Johnny Depp, who at that time was the biggest star in the world. The rest was history.
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