Can a coronavirus spread through the air?
Yes, it is possible.
The World Health Organization has recently recognized the possibility that COVID-19 may be released into the air under certain conditions.
Recent outbreaks of COVID-19 in abundant indoor settings – restaurants, nightclubs and choir practices – suggest that the virus can hang in the air long enough to infect others without strict social isolation measures.
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Experts say it is believed that there is a lack of ventilation in such situations, which may have helped spread the air longer than usual.
May. In a published report, the researchers found that airborne droplets formed during the speech, which could remain in the air in a closed environment for about eight to 14 minutes.
The WHO says the greatest risk of airborne exposure is posed by doctors and nurses performing specialized procedures, such as inserting a breathing tube or patients on a ventilator. Medical authorities recommend the use of protective masks and other equipment when performing such procedures.
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Researchers believe that being outdoors is much less risky because the virus drops spread in the fresh air, reducing the chance of COVID-19 transmission.