Scientists estimate the speed and distance of coronavirus transmission when people cough, sneeze, speak — and run

In “Cough and Sneeze: Your Role in Transmission of Respiratory Viral Infections, including SARS-CoV-2,” published Tuesday, researchers describe the different types and sizes of virus-containing droplets that are present in sneezing and coughing, as well as some medical procedures and equipment can spread these droplets. "Coughing and sneezing produce breath droplets of various sizes that spread respiratory viral infections," the article said online in the American Thoracic Society's American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. "While most breath droplets are filtered through the nose or deposited in the oropharynx, the smaller droplet nuclei are suspended in the air and people who are further away from the patient can breathe them in."

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