In the fight against coronavirus, the government has issued an ‘Easy To Follow’ advice, which states that aerosols of the corona virus can float up to 10 meters in the air.
Mumbai: In the fight against coronavirus, the government has issued an ‘Easy To Follow’ advice, which states that aerosols of the corona virus can float up to 10 meters in the air. Vijay Raghavan, the government’s chief scientific adviser, said on Thursday that drops released from the victim’s sneeze from Kovid-19 could fall within two meters and the aerosol coming out of it could go up to 10 meters. So now it is clear that there is a danger up to 10 meters instead of six.
The Office of the Principal Scientific Adviser (PSA), in its ‘Easy To Follow’ advice, said it was mandatory to use a mask to stop the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Only then will the epidemic be contained. Wear a mask, follow social distances, keep clean and use an open and well-ventilated space
Do this to prevent corona infection
- Open air space can play an important role in reducing the incidence of Covid-19 virus. There is also a lower risk of the infection spreading from one infected person to another.
- ‘Saliva and sneezing and infected drops can spread the virus from one person to another. Large drops fall to the ground and to the surface and small drops can go a long way in the air. ‘They extend up to 10 meters. So there is danger.
- Infected drops concentrate in places that are closed and where air does not circulate, increasing the risk of infection among people in those areas.
- Drops coming out of the nose of an infected person can fall in an area of two meters and more small drops can go up to ten meters in the air.