Need to be more careful on Corona now? Scientists said – infection spreads through air

Making a big claim regarding the corona virus, more than 200 scientists from 32 countries told the World Health Organization (WHO) that there is evidence of the virus being airborne and that even a small particle can infect people. The United Nations Health Agency has so far claimed that coughing and sneezing are the main causes of the corona virus outbreak.

According to a New York Times report, corona virus cases are increasing globally due to people moving back to bars, restaurants, offices, markets and casinos and there is a consistent confirmation of the trend that the virus stops in places and -Infects nearby people.

“In an open letter to WHO, 239 scientists from 32 countries also outlined the ability of small particles to infect people and appealed to the agency to change their suggestions,” the report said. He said that the researchers are also planning to publish it in a scientific journal next week.

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The World Health Organization has been continuously citing that the corona virus spreads only when an infected person coughs or sneezes, but in an updated report on June 29, he said that the virus could be airborne only if the ‘aerosol’ after the medical procedure Or ‘droplets are smaller than five microns.

The health agency has given suggestions such as wearing masks, socializing and washing hands, on the basis of claims of infection from coughing and sneezing. According to the NYT report, ‘If the airborne epidemic is an important factor, especially in crowded places with poor ventilation, then the consequences will be important for prevention. There is a need to wear masks even in closed places, even while maintaining social distance. Health workers will need an N95 mask to filter out microscopic droplets of corona virus infected. ‘

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