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'Stop wasting money on plexiglass!': Experts warn New York over reopening plans

As New York gets ready to reopen, experts are calling out the state over its requirement to require plexiglass dividers between diners at indoor restaurants.

From the New York Times:


Restaurants will be allowed to place tables closer together to reach 100 percent capacity if five-foot-tall solid partitions are placed between them, Mr. Cuomo said. And theaters and other large venues, including ballparks, are permitted to return to full capacity, instead of one-third full, if they require patrons to show proof of vaccination.

Paula Olsiewski, who lists “expertise in indoor microbiology & chemistry” in her bio, calls the move “very disappointing”:

And Linsey Marr, an often-quoted engineering professor at Virginia Tech, said that adding the dividers “may actually be harmful”:


The inertia here is so great that the plexiglass stays up even though there’s so much evidence that it just doesn’t work:

Lather. Rinse. Repeat:

Well, we’ll mention they’re useless if that helps:

And it’s not like this is anything new yet states keep these mandates in place:


Narrator: “They did not spend the money on a portable HEPA air filtration unit instead”:


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