The WaPo Trump-Virus email thingie:
Our methods to prevent the spread of the coronavirus keeps growing: social distancing, rigorous hand washing, face masks and now the latest — closing the lid before we flush. Scientists who simulated toilet water and air flows found that aerosol droplets forced upward by a flush appear to spread wide enough and linger long enough to be inhaled. Experts call it the “toilet plume.” Combine that with the fact that coronavirus has been found in the feces of patients, and you can see what we’re getting at.
Toilet Plume is not a phrase that I was expecting ever to hear. Moms everywhere are nodding their heads with grim satisfaction and whispering, “I told you so.”