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Contact Hour Pilot Study validation design: Taking group size, exposure time, & space/distance into consideration (v7)

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The purpose of this paper is to validate the key parameters for testing out the Contact Hour (CH) methodology in a series of facilities to determine its efficacy. The pilot validation study will determine if this CH methodology has any merit in being able to measure regulatory compliance with adult-child ratios. Since monitoring of facilities will not be occurring during the COVID19 pandemic are there ways to measure the research question in the previous sentence. (author abstract)
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United States
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Washington

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