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    Quote Originally Posted by kingslug View Post
    You can always get a dust mask at home depot..
    Good point.



    If this thing gets worse while I'm at Whistler, could be handy for the flight home.

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    So, the JFK to Vancouver by Cathay is only about 1/3 full. I have the whole 4 seat middle row to myself! Should be able to lay down and catch some zzz’s.

    I asked the stewardess if it’s just due to all the virus related cancellations or is this flight typically pretty empty. She said it’s usually pretty empty. They pick up the majority of passengers at Vancouver. That’s a good information for future reference if I go to Whistler again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abc View Post
    So, the JFK to Vancouver by Cathay is only about 1/3 full. I have the whole 4 seat middle row to myself! Should be able to lay down and catch some zzzís.

    I asked the stewardess if itís just due to all the virus related cancellations or is this flight typically pretty empty. She said itís usually pretty empty. They pick up the majority of passengers at Vancouver. Thatís a good information for future reference if I go to Whistler again.
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    Airplanes are actually an unfriendly environment for viruses like the coronavirus. The air is so dry that the virus canít survive. And the air is recycled every three to four minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTKilarney View Post
    Airplanes are actually an unfriendly environment for viruses like the coronavirus. The air is so dry that the virus can’t survive. And the air is recycled every three to four minutes.
    Wouldn’t the “recycled” air also recycles the virus around all over the plane?

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