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Battling the Coronavirus in Wigratzbad

A masked seminarian delivers victuals to his fellows As you may have heard by now, the coronavirus struck our seminary in Wigratzbad, Germany a littl…
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The two aren't entirely analogous @CatMuse. The Diamond Princess quarrantined passengers in an enviroment where their cabins shared a common ventilation system. Infectioous cough and sneeze droplets can remain airborne for up to IIRC 10 minutes. So if someone is infected in Cabin A, the air from their cabin is being re-circulated to Cabins B-J. This may, or may not be the case with the FSSP …More
The two aren't entirely analogous @CatMuse. The Diamond Princess quarrantined passengers in an enviroment where their cabins shared a common ventilation system. Infectioous cough and sneeze droplets can remain airborne for up to IIRC 10 minutes. So if someone is infected in Cabin A, the air from their cabin is being re-circulated to Cabins B-J. This may, or may not be the case with the FSSP seminary.

Additionally, the passengers aboard the Diamond Princess were forced to stay in their cabins. We can hope the FSSP seminarians are allowed some outdoors time. As at least one GTV member posted earlier, getting outdoors is the best thing possible and was used to treat the 1918 flu epidemic patients. Fresh air, sunlight, natural ultraviolet. They all contribute to boosting the body's health and killing viruses.
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So we have two data sets relating to reasonably isolated groups. The FSSP Seminary and the Diamond Princess.

It will be interesting to see how the seminary compares to the Diamond Princess.

"On 1 February, a passenger who had disembarked from the Diamond Princess days earlier in Hong Kong tested positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus. The ship was quarantined immediately after it arrived in …More
So we have two data sets relating to reasonably isolated groups. The FSSP Seminary and the Diamond Princess.

It will be interesting to see how the seminary compares to the Diamond Princess.

"On 1 February, a passenger who had disembarked from the Diamond Princess days earlier in Hong Kong tested positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus. The ship was quarantined immediately after it arrived in Japanese waters on 3 February, with 3,711 passengers and crew members on board. Over the next month, more than 700 people on board were infected — including a nurse — and for weeks the ship was the site of the largest outbreak outside China. Outbreaks seed easily on the vessels because of the close confines and high proportions of older people who tend to be more vulnerable to the disease. "

www.nature.com/articles/d41586-020-00885-w

I think the final death toll was the spectacular and soaring number of 7.