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WHO recognizes airborne transmission of coronavirus

WHO recognizes airborne transmission of coronavirus
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After the appeal of nearly 250 scientists, the World Health Organization (WHO) has recognized the way the coronavirus spreads through the air. However, the organization believes more research is needed.

According to RIA News, the virus can spread with the smallest particles of air in closed and poorly ventilated rooms, especially if they have a large number of people. However, according to WHO technical expert Benedetta Allegranzi, this method cannot be ruled out, but all the evidence needs to be further examined.

Ранее scientists from 32 countries contacted WHO. They believe that the virus spreads not only with drops released by a sick person during sneezing, coughing and talking. Coronavirus, they insisted, might linger in the air for a while.

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