Ten scientific reasons in support of airborne transmission of SARS-CoV-2

Trisha Greenhalgh, Jose L Jimenez, Kimberly A Prather, Zeynep Tufekci, David Fisman, Robert Schooley
Lancet 2021 April 15
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John Welden

In other words, at the start of 2020, “decades of research” demonstrated covid transmission was most likely airborne, but public officials ignored this and for some as yet unexplained reason adopted a health policy from 1918.


John Gannon

Anecdotal supposition is not enough to support this claim. It is surprising that aerosol sampling techniques have failed to produce evidence of viable SARS-CoV-2 particles for culture.
Thus we must continue to assume that methods of transmission include aerosol, large droplet and fomites.


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