On Fox News Channel’ “Fox News Sunday With Chris Wallace,” Washington Post columnist George Will cited a report that suggested if someone sneezed, the infectious partials of fluid are essentially “airborne,” so some doctors are taking issue with the CDC’s blanket statement that Ebola is not a airborne transmittable virus.
Will said, “The problem is the original assumption was, said can great certitude if not certainty, was that you need to have direct contact meaning with bodily fluids from someone, because it’s not airborne. there are now doctors that are say, we’re not so sure that it can’t be, in some senses, transmitted by airborne.”‘
Will explained some, “Doctors are saying in a sneeze, a cough, some of the airborne particles can be infectious.” .”
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