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(Portland, OR) -- Researchers at the University of Oregon say proper ventilation -- such as opening a window -- may help prevent the spread of COVID-19.  The researchers say a small study of quarantined students who had tested positive for the coronavirus indicates that opening a window in their room resulted in a decrease of the virus in their rooms.  They say masking is still important but that other strategies -- such as ventilation -- can help manage the virus.   

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