London: A new study has revealed that aerosol micro-drops (micro-droplets suspended in the air) exposed to the air after our cough or sneeze are not particularly responsible for the spread of the coronavirus. According to a study published in the journal Physics of Fluid, aerosol diffusion of SARS-COV-2 in enclosed spaces is not very effective.
The researchers said in a statement: ‘If a person comes to a place where there was a person who had had mild symptoms of corona virus infection shortly before, that person will be exposed to the infection. There is less fear. ‘
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He said this fear is even less when that person is just talking.
The study stated: “Our SARS-COV-2 spread study demonstrated that aerosol spread is possible, but not very effective, especially in cases of uncomplicated or less symptomatic infection. In.’
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other hand, there is good news from London about the Coronavirus vaccine and a large hospital here has been asked to prepare to receive the corona vaccine. However, Kate Bingham, chair of the UK Vaccine Task Force, raised concerns about the coronavirus vaccine. He said the first generation of the Kovid – 19 vaccine is likely to be incomplete and won’t affect everyone.
Kate Bingham wrote in an excerpt published in the medical journal The Lancet, ‘However, we don’t even know if we’ll ever get the vaccine. It is essential to protect yourself from decency and excessive optimism. He further wrote: “The first generation of vaccines is likely to be incomplete and we should be prepared not to prevent infection, only to reduce symptoms.”
( Input- AP agency )