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COVID-19 Researchers Identify Features of a Virus Super-Spreader – SciTechDaily

Sneezes from people who have congested noses and a full set of teeth travel about 60% farther than from people who don’t, according to a new study. New research…

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Sneeze velocity for four different nose and mouth types is shown. A) is open nasal passage with teeth, B) is open nasal passage without teeth, C) is blocked nasal passage without teeth, and D) is blocked nasal passage with teeth. Credit: University of Central Florida
Sneezes from people who have congested noses and a full set of teeth travel about 60% farther than from people who don’t, according to a new study.
New research from the University of Central Florida has identified physiological features…

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