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Fig. 1. Distribution of influenza A virus inactivation rate in air at room temperature at low relative humidity (<50%) and high relative humidity (≥ 50%).(9, 10) The uncertainty analysis used a one-dimensional Monte Carlo simulation and N = 32 or N = 34 for low and high relative humidity, respectively.

Fig. 2. Lognormal (ψ = (GM, GSD)) distribution pairs in uncertainty analysis of cough frequency (coughs h-1) among persons with acute respiratory infection with cough(1, 2) and pneumonia.(3)

Fig. 3. Normal (&xmacr;,s) distribution parameter pairs in uncertainty analysis of infectious influenza virus concentrations in respiratory secretions (log10TCID50/mL) on symptom days 1--4.(4, 5)

Fig. 4. Lognormal (ψ = (GM, GSD)) distribution parameter pairs in uncertainty analysis of influenza A and B virus inactivation rate on porous substrates (absent respiratory secretions) at room temperature and 45--60% RH.(63, 64)

Fig. 5. Lognormal (ψ = (GM, GSD)) distribution parameter pairs in uncertainty analysis of influenza A and B virus inactivation on plastic and steel at room temperature and 45--60% RH.(11)

Fig. 6. Lognormal (ψ = (GM, GSD)) distribution parameter pairs in uncertainty analysis of influenza A strains on glass at room temperature and 20% or 84&percnt ;RH.(13)

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