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WHO considers ‘airborne precautions’ after study shows coronavirus can survive in air

The coronavirus can go airborne, staying suspended in the air depending on factors such as heat and humidity, WHO officials said.The coronavirus can go airborne, staying suspended in the air depending on factors such as heat and humidity, WHO officials said.Read More

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