Corona virus can go up to 10 meters with sneeze, government’s new guidelines

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Corona virus can go up to 10 meters with sneeze, government’s new guidelines- “In the midst of the outbreak of pandemic in India, we once again need to remember the general rules through which the transmission of viruses can be restricted,” said the advisory issued by the office of the principal scientific advisor to the central government.

New Delhi. Advice has been issued in the wake of Coronavirus In India by the Office of the Chief Scientific Advisor of the Central Government. The advisory states, “In the midst of the outbreak of the pandemic in India, we once again need to remember the general rules through which the transmission of the SARS-CoV-2 virus can be limited.”

The advisory states that the risk of infection can be reduced through better ventilation in offices and homes. It was said in the advice that there is less possibility of transmission of infection from one infected person to another through good ventilation.

Advisory on feathers too

In terms of ventilation in offices and homes, it has been suggested that improving the central air filters in buildings with central air management systems can help a lot. The advisory recommends the use of gable fan systems and roof ventilators in offices, auditoriums, shopping malls, etc. It is said in the guidelines that the place of fan is also important because the fan should not be in such a place where the contaminated air can directly go to someone else.

Droplets fall within a radius of 2 meters

The Office of the Principal Scientific Advisor to the Government of India has said in its advice that the transmission of the virus is rapid through aerosols and droplets. The aerosol can travel up to 10 meters in the air. The advice states that droplets fall within a radius of 2 meters of the infected person. It has been said in the advisory that even if an infected person does not have symptoms, sufficient droplets can be released from it, due to which more people can get infected.

The advice states that droplets and aerosols may be formed through the saliva and nose during exhaling, talking, speaking, singing, laughing, coughing or sneezing, etc., which can spread the transmission of the virus. The advisory states that people should wear double masks or N95 masks.

The guideline states that the support and cooperation of citizens, communities, local bodies and authorities is necessary to prevent transmission of the virus and reduce the infection rate. The advisory states: ‘With the use of masks, ventilation, distance and hygiene, the fight against the virus can be won.’

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