They released the latest information about the public guidelines on their method of dissemination
Federal health officials released the latest information on public guidelines on how the coronavirus spreads, emphasizing transmission through inhalation of very small respiratory droplets and aerosol particles and contact with these tiny droplets or touching hands. , Nose or eyes.
Now, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has made it clear in bold bold that even if someone is six feet away from an infected person, they can inhale the virus on board.
The new language released online represents the agency’s previous position that most infections were acquired through “close contact rather than airborne transmission.”
As the flu pandemic progressed last year, infectious disease experts warned for months that they have been ignoring research that strongly suggests that the coronavirus is spread by tiny airborne particles.
Medical staff, bus drivers and other workers should wear gas masks. Dr. David Michaels, an epidemiologist and head of health and safety at the George Washington University School of Public Health, said that customers in retail stores should continue to keep their distance and wear masks-where good ventilation is essential.
“If you are in a poorly ventilated environment, the virus will spread in the air and anyone in the room will be exposed.”