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Read more about 'Features that could make someone coronavirus super-spreader identified' on Business Standard. The study, published in the journal Physics of Fluids, determined associations between people's physiological features and how far their sneeze droplets travel and linger in the airThe study, published in the journal Physics of Fluids, determined associations between people's physiological features and how far their sneeze droplets travel and linger in the air

'Features that could make someone coronavirus super-spreader identified' | Business Standard News

The term is used to describe infected individuals who can spread the virus to several people and drive disease outbreaks. The basic reproduction number of COVID-19 is estimated to be about three, which means a contagious person can potentially infect three healthy people The term is used to describe infected individuals who can spread the virus to several people and drive disease outbreaks. The basic reproduction number of COVID-19 is estimated to be about three, which means a contagious person can potentially infect three healthy people

Blocked nose, full set of teeth among risk factors of COVID-19 patient becoming a superspreader, suggests study - Health News , Firstpost

New research from the University of Central Florida has identified physiological features that could make people super-spreaders of viruses such as COVID-19.

Researchers identify features that could make someone a virus super-spreader

Researchers in the US claim to have identified specific physiological features which may boost the spread of airborne pathogens, like the coronavirus.Researchers in the US claim to have identified specific physiological features which may boost the spread of airborne pathogens, like the coronavirus.

What does a 'superspreader' look like? Scientists identify physical features that could boost Covid-19 transmission — RT World News