The World Health Organization is considering “airborne precautions” for medical staff after a new study showed the coronavirus can survive in the air in some settings.
When a new virus blasts out of the animals that harbored it and into people, experts can usually say, thank goodness it’s not like measles.
Fogging with dry mist hydrogen peroxide has been used in sectors including pharmaceuticals, biotech food production and healthcare for a number of years to destroy a broad spectrum of microorganisms.
However, it's unlikely that the virus would spread in this way beyond health care settings.
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