Washington: A study has shown that the corona virus particles that come out of a Kovid patient can stay in the air for up to an hour. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s new guidelines show that viruses can travel up to six miles[6 m]and that they can both spread the disease.
The guidelines confirm a warning issued a month ago by the international medical journal Lancet that the disease could be transmitted through the air. The study found that the virus could travel three to six feet. This will increase the risk of disease transmission. The virus is released when a person with Covid inhales loudly, speaks, sings, coughs, or exercises.
The virus can stay in the air for 15 minutes to an hour. The study points out that it can travel up to 6 feet and is more likely to spread the virus to bystanders and bystanders. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends keeping social distance, wearing a double mask, and avoiding crowds in closed rooms to prevent the spread of airborne disease.