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Can You Catch COVID-19 in the Air?

Coronavirus stays airborne and viable for minutes or hours after someone coughs, sneezes or just talks, evidence suggests

One big question that has vexed health officials since coronavirus first hopped from animals to humans back in December is how exactly it is transmitted between people. It was never in much doubt that…

Independent health and science journalist, former editor-in-chief of LiveScience, writing about physical health and mental wellness at every stage of life.

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Robert Roy Britt

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Independent health and science journalist, former editor-in-chief of LiveScience, writing about physical health and mental wellness at every stage of life.

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