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Coronavirus is Airborne

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Coronavirus is Airborne

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The coronavirus emphasis in the beginning was always on washing our hands and the time period that it could remain active on various surfaces. As it has changed and developed, scientists and doctors have struggled to understand its nature while the public has been somewhat resistant to trusting the advice of professionals. Dr. Ding is highlighting the importance of everyone being on the same page and keeping the info as current as is possible.
This item was added TAGS v6.1.9.1. I originally searched under the hashtag #airborne. Within that search, I have chosen to add the following tweet because it showcases the concerns of doctors that are struggling to understand the ever-changing nature of the coronavirus. It also shows the struggles between medical professionals and the WHO

Link to the NYT article (https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/04/health/239-experts-with-1-big-claim-the-coronavirus-is-airborne.html)
Twitter user @DrEricDing created the tweet, Twitter user @perry_lambert retweeted the initial tweet, Apoorva Mandavilli wrote the NYT article
#HST, #485, #ASU, #coronavirus, #Airborne, #WHO, #public, #health
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07/05/2020

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07/18/2020
10/02/2020

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This item was submitted on July 5, 2020 by Joey Dorion using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”: https://covid-19archive.org/s/archive

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