An assertion that the corona can be transmitted just by a just run or bicycle past, a ruler right now on Facebook.

It happens after a Dutch/belgian study has been published.

the Study is, however, not been ‘peer reviewed’, which means that a number of experts in the field read forskningsartiklen through – without knowing the name of the author and declare it suitable or unsuitable for publishing.

Therefore, there is, therefore, most of all, talk about a claim, and in practice is the claim questionable, believes professor of virology, Allan Randrup Thomsen, University of Copenhagen:

“The investigations are on, indicating that there will be formed a slipstream. And it is logic for caged hens, that it can happen. The problem is that the study is purely physical simulations,” says the professor and continues:

“It depends also of how much the here slipstream is broken up by other air flows. That is, if it blows and so on. And the way in which they have made to the study, as it presupposes that there is no wind affecting it,” he says:

“It is a pure physics simulation. So I’m not sure it is quite as dangerous as you try to imply in the here study,” says Allan Randrup Thomsen.

You can see how the slipstream going on including:

Allan Randrup Thomsen calls, however real, that you can easily listen to the advice that the study comes with, as it will reduce the risk of infection.

the Advice is, keep a distance and, as far as possible, try to run and ride a bike either next to each other or staggered, such as not running or biking right behind another person.

He says, however, that one should not be so worried to run or bike.

This is because it not only is a single viruspartikel that must be inhaled, before that you are infected

There are typically quite a few virus particles to and then, as Allan Randrup Thomsen even say, very unlucky, if it happens on a run or bike ride.

At the end stresses Allan Randrup Thomsen, also, that the survey shows that most of the virus that hit the person running behind another person, hitting him on the chest and abdomen, and is not directly in the face:

“So there is not much of slipstream, which in reality hits where it is most dangerous. Of course, if one dries his hands down over the chest and then it leads up to the face right after, well, then it’s a problem. But there must be several things wrong, before that there is a serious risk,” he says.

Allan Randrup Thomsen calls, however, again, that one must take into consideration, and try to reduce the risk of the slipstream to keep the distance.