Scientists from 32 countries urged the world health organization (who) to recognize the transfer of coronavirus via particles in the air is a significant factor in its spread, the newspaper the New York Times.

Experts believe that the infection can spread through particles in the air indoors. Thus, according to the who, COVID-19 is mainly spread through droplets emitted from the respiratory tract of the patient when coughing, sneezing or during communication.

Formerly Director of the who programme on emergency situations Michael Ryan said that the world can avoid a second wave of coronavirus infection. According to him, 100% confident that the countries will repeat the scenario that happened in the spring, no. And all the reports suggesting otherwise are nothing more than speculation.