CDC removes guidelines saying coronavirus can spread from tiny air particles


The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has developed new guidelines recognizing that the new coronavirus could be transmitted by tiny particles that persist in the air, saying a draft version of the proposed changes was published in error on the agency’s website.

For months, the CDC has said the new coronavirus is spread primarily between people in close contact through large droplets that land in the mouths or noses of people nearby. On Friday, however, he added that tiny particles called aerosols could transmit the virus …


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