- Jul 2, 2003
Aerosols are the tiny particles of liquids and material that float around in our environment. When they come from an infected person, they may be a significant source of coronavirus transmission. The science of infectious aerosols.
Researchers don’t yet know how many individual pieces of SARS-CoV-2 an aerosol produced by an infected person’s cough might hold. But in one preprint study, meaning it is currently under peer review, researchers used a model to estimate that a person standing and speaking in a room could release up to 114 infectious doses per hour. The researchers predict that these aerosolized bits of saliva would easily infect other people if this happened in public indoor spaces like a bank, restaurant or pharmacy.
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Care givers in a battle not to quit trying to help.
Over worked tired and said they are stressed.
Seeing the trauma, being there when the patients pass. In place of Family that can't.
Leaves on the spirit of health care workers... a memory on the heart that does last.
A lifetime memory and they are suffering from the tragic stress too.
We all are we need and deserve better so we have to do..
I know in three more months or just a bit more.
We will see them so weak.. tired their immune systems will give in to a common cold
Then the front line collapses