These guidelines published by the Wisconsin Council of Churches align with the online conversation of the National Association of Teachers of Singing this week:
“There seems to be ample evidence to suggest that singing creates a quantity of fine aerosols that can stay suspended in the air for long periods of time, move with air currents, and stay infectious for many
hours, exposing virtually everyone in a building. Our sources strongly recommend against singing indoors in public until a vaccine is widely available and widely used. For similar reasons, the use of
wind instruments should also be avoided.”
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