CoronaVirus is airborne; Scientists cited WHO with evidence to review recommendationsAmy Walsh (Author) Published Date : Jul 06, 2020 12:55 IST
Hundreds of scientists have called for the World Health Organization to revise its recommendations, as there is evidence that coronavirus infection is through small particles of air.
The World Health Organization stated that coronavirus spreads from small water droplets when patients sneeze and cough when infected with the coronavirus. Small water droplets erupt when sneezing and the virus mixes in the air. Scientists have found that the virus can spread to others who inhale the air.
Morethan 239 scientists from 32 countries said the virus could spread through the air. It is reported that next week, they will publish their findings in the Journal Science.
But the World Health Organization, which had previously commented, "It is not convinced that the coronavirus spreads in the air." According to the World Health Organization's Head of infectious disease prevention and control, Benedetta Allengrazi, "The idea of the coronavirus spreading in the air over the last couple of months has been telling. But there is no evidence to substantiate this".
Jose Jimenez, a chemist at the University of ColoradoJose Jimenez, a chemist at the University of Colorado advises people to not fear and this transmission is also away and not a new threat generated recently. The main claim on the airborne virus is to address the solution precisely before becoming an air pandemic too.
Despite all, whether human or air transmission, accurate vaccine findings is the ultimate need of the entire world to reduce the deaths and infections acquired via CoVid.
CoronaVirus is airborne; Scientists cited WHO with evidence to review recommendations