Experts want to address COVID airborne spread
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According to a group of international health experts, the coronavirus can float in air droplets and is likely transmitting that way.
Health experts and countries around the world have warned for months about the virus transmitting this way, especially in close contact in crowded places with poor ventilation.
But health agencies seem to be afraid to talk about the airborne nature of the virus according to one of the experts.
The group of international health experts are warning that even small droplets from the mouth or nose can linger in the air and penetrate more deeply into your lungs.
Monday the 239 scientists are planning to publish an open letter to the World Health Organization and other health agencies, asking them to be more forthright in explaining how the virus can transmit in the air.
The health experts say a few ways to protect yourself include improved ventilation, social distancing and wearing a mask.
Posted – 7.6.20