Hundreds of scientists claimed that air plays a vital role in the contagion of Coronavirus: Know How

If you walk away from the crowd without the mask thinking that you are away from contact with someone else, Coronavirus will not enter your body, then be careful. Hundreds of scientists from all over the world have found in their research that this dangerous virus of Covid-19 is also spread through airborne.

In their research, 239 scientists from 32 countries found that small particles of novel coronavirus remain alive in air and they can also infect people.

Earlier, the World Health Organization (WHO) had clarified the methods for the spread of the virus, saying that the infection of the virus does not spread through the air. The WHO then clarified that this dangerous virus is spread only by sputum particles. These particles come out of the body due to phlegm, sneezing, and speaking. Spit particles are not so light that can fly from here to there with the wind. They fall to the ground very soon.

But according to a recent report in the New York Times, the new claim of scientists is now saying something else. Scientists have requested the WHO to immediately amend the recommendations of the virus. Let me tell you that the pandemonium of this virus is continuously increasing all over the world.

So far, more than 11.54 million people have fallen prey to this virus globally and more than 5 lakh 36 thousand people have died due to it. In India too, in the case of being infected with COVID-19, this figure has reached close to 7 lakhs and so far 19,286 people have died here. In such a situation, if the claim of this virus to be airborne is true, then it will increase the worries of the people.

These 239 scientists from 32 countries have written an open letter to the World Health Organization. All these scientists claimed that there is enough evidence to believe that a small particle of the virus float in the air, which can infect people. This letter will be published in the Scientific Journal next week.

Shivendra Pandey

A BJMC graduate in tv journalism. Exploring the way things persist!

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