New York: More than 200 scientists from 32 countries have written to WHO about how small particles of coronavirus in the air can infect people. The UN Health Organization has previously said that coughing and sneezing spread the infection. According to a report in The New York Times, infection through air is increasing as people move to bars, restaurants, offices, markets and casinos.

In a letter to the WHO, 239 scientists from 32 countries explained that there is evidence to show that small particles in the air can spread to people. Scientists intend to publish this letter in the journal Science in future.

The bubbles of liquid particles emitted after sneezing in the air will become big. Liquid particles that are rapidly emitted when they are spread out can occupy a large room. Scientists say that we can’t ignore the fact that these microscopic particles can float in the air and enter human body.
WHO said that There is no scientific evidence for this report by scientists. We will evaluate this as soon as possible. However, WHO chief scientist Dr Souma Swaminathan said the UN Health Organization would try to verify the quality of their review. The World Health Organization also responded to the New York Times saying that there is no proof yet to believe that airborne infections spread.

WHO said that We are ready to consider how corona virus spreads from the air. However, the head of the World Health Organization’s technical department said there are no proofs for these reviews.