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  5. Coronavirus disease (COVID-19): How is it transmitted?

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    They describe settings where transmission of the COVID-19 virus spreads more easily: Crowded places; Close-contact settings, especially where people have conversations very near each other; Confined and enclosed spaces with poor ventilation. The risk of COVID-19 spreading is especially high in places where these “3Cs” overlap.

  6. How Coronavirus Spreads | CDC

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    International Travel View. International Travel For U.S. Citizens, U.S. Nationals, Lawful Permanent Residents, and Immigrants. International Travel For Non-U.S. citizen, Non-U.S. immigrants. Requirement for Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination for Air Passengers. Required Testing before Air Travel to the US. Travel Assessment.

  7. Coronavirus Transmission: How Does the 2019 Coronavirus Spread?

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    Person-to-person contact seems to be the main method of transmission of the novel coronavirus. Transmission typically occurs when: You breathe in respiratory droplets that contain the coronavirus....

  8. How Coronavirus Is Transmitted: Here Are All the Ways It Can ...

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    There are several ways this can happen: Droplets or aerosols. This is the most common transmission. When an infected person coughs, sneezes, or talks, droplets or tiny particles called aerosols...

  9. Transmission of COVID-19 - Wikipedia

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    The transmission of COVID-19 is the passing of coronavirus disease 2019 from person to person. COVID-19 is mainly transmitted when people breathe in air contaminated by droplets / aerosols and small airborne particles containing the virus. Infected people exhale those particles as they breathe, talk, cough, sneeze, or sing.

  10. Fight coronavirus (COVID-19) transmission at home

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    The virus spreads when other people breathe in infected droplets or when the droplets land in the eyes, nose or mouth of a person nearby. Infection with the COVID-19 virus may also occur if someone is exposed to very small droplets or aerosols that stay in the air for several minutes or hours. This is called airborne transmission.

  11. Coronavirus transmission: How it spreads and how to avoid it

    www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/coronavirus...

    Human-to-human transmission According to the CDC, the virus typically transmits from person to person. When a person sneezes, coughs, or talks, they can pass the virus on through respiratory...

  12. BA.5 Outdoor Transmission: The Risk of Catching COVID-19 | Time

    time.com/6198005/outdoor-transmission-ba5-covid-19

    BA.5’s increased transmission and our diminished immune defenses mean that COVID-19 transmission outdoors has become more likely. But that doesn’t mean that being outdoors isn’t going to ...

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