For more on the confusion about airborne transmission, I think Ace does a great job of clarifying. He’s right that viruses are all airborne if they get in the air. The big deal seems to be how long they remain in the air. Some instantly fall to earth, so you’re only in danger if you got in the way of the spray, while some can just linger there, kind of like mosquitoes and gnats buzzing around at twilight.
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