Studies leave question of ‘airborne’ coronavirus transmission unanswered

The consensus so far is that the virus, although very contagious, spreads through respiratory droplets generated when people breathe, speak or cough and doesn’t infect people through particles that can linger in the air for hours, in the way that measles and some other viral diseases can.

Publisher: Washington Post | Author: Joel Achenbach

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airborne, infection data, and transmission
DATE PUBLISHED
2020-04-30 (Modified: 2021-05-18)

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