Study reveals airborne coronavirus microdroplets can spread beyond recommended social distancing guidelines

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4 months ago
New research from scientists at the University of Nebraska supports the hypothesis that COVID-19 is an airborne disease. According to the study, the coronavirus may travel in tiny droplets for more than six feet, longer than the distance recommended by social distancing guidelines. The findings suggest patients may spread the virus by talking, breathing, and coughing, and the virus could stay in the air for hours. Source: University of Nebraska / Reuters
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