New study reveals Covid loses capacity to infect within 20 minutes in air, other details. Read here
Researchers found that the virus loses 90% of its contagion capacity 20 minutes after becoming airborne
The virus is mainly transmitted over short distances, providing fresh support for social distancing and mask-wearing as means to curb infections, the study reveals
Coronavirus loses most of its ability to infect shortly after being exhaled and is less likely to be contagious at longer distances, a study from the University of Bristol’s Aerosol Research Centre showed.