“Speech creates droplets that breathing alone does not. That much is clear,” said Andrew Noymer, a University of California at Irvine epidemiologist who also was not part of the new research. “Big mouths of the world, beware. You’re putting the rest of us at risk,” Noymer said cited in the Washington Post report.
Loud speech creates long-lasting droplets: NIDDK Study
The Hindu Business Line, May 14, 2020
May 14, 2020