CCP-virus’ airborne transmission: 240 experts urge WHO & CDC to acknowledge

Nearly 240 health experts urge their colleagues, in an open letter to appeal to the international science community, to take airborne transmission seriously as the CCP-virus cases are rising quickly.

How exactly the coronavirus becomes airborne

Surprisingly, larger particles (from a cough or sneeze) contain less virus than small particles, and are less likely to penetrate into lungs.

Individuals who are sick produce fine, virus-laden particles during speaking and breathing that have a high viral load and can travel far down into the lungs of a susceptible individual.

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