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Study shows human speech creates long-lasting airborne droplets — a coronavirus transmission risk

The Seattle Times, May 14, 2020 

May 14, 2020
“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.”