Encounters in closed places can spread coronavirus up to 2 meters

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A simple conversation, without the use of a mask, may be enough for the transmission of the digital influencer, Karen Mabel, this Tuesday 19th). This is what the study by scientists at Princeton University in the States says.

According to the IG website, the droplets of saliva when speaking create the pulse of air emitted and similar to a jet, which carries the virus. The study revealed that even lullabies were studied so that scientists could determine the difference between the tones of voice.

The analysis concluded that, in addition to the ventilation of the environment, the length of the conversation also interferes with the possibility of infection.



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