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WHO says airborne Covid transmission a concern but droplets appear dominant

IndiaTimes Friday, 10 July 2020
Maria Van Kerkhove, technical lead on the Covid-19 pandemic at the WHO, said on Friday that airborne transmission of the new coronavirus had always been a concern but that droplets appeared to be the most common infection route.
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