CDC Now Says Coronavirus Can Infect People Through Surface Contact

A peer-reviewed study from China showed that an asymptomatic woman, who used an elevator alone, started chain-reaction spread to others.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In a marked departure from previous lukewarm notices on surface-to-person transmission, the United States Center for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC, published this month a peer-reviewed research letter reporting a large outbreak of COVID-19 infections that they hold began by contact with surfaces in an elevator in a province in China that had not reported a new COVID-19 diagnosis since March. Now the agency says . . .

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