Japanese Universities Are Studying The Impact Of Micro Droplets In The Coronavirus Outbreak.
There are two known sources: Touching infected surfaces and inhaling droplets. BUT THE STUDY SHOWS THE THIRD SOURCE!
While droplets are emitted from sneezing and coughing… SPEAKING ALSO LETS OUT MICRO DROPLETS!
And these droplets can be devastating!
THEY ARE UNSEEN BY THE EYES AND FLOATS FOR A MUCH LONGER PERIOD IN THE AIR Micro-droplets stays in the air for more than 30 minutes.
They can fill a room and reach occupants of the room through inhaling.
The study shows a person coughing in a room of ten people. Initially, the main droplets fall on the ground within a minute.
But micro-droplets tend to float around the room, reaching other occupants.
To avoid inhaling these droplets in the air: 1. WEAR MASKS WHEN GO OUTSIDE
2. TAKE A FULL SHOWER AFTER REACHING HOME
3. WASH THE CLOTHES USED TO GO OUT!
We should also avoid holding conversations with people who are not wearing masks. IN THIS TIME OF THE #COVID19 OUTBREAK!