Why the WHO Took Two Years to Say SARS-CoV-2 Is Airborne

Joseph Mercola

March 28, 2020, the WHO tweeted, “FACT: #COVID19 is NOT airborne.”

Aerosol scientist Lidia Morawska of the Queensland University of Technology in Australia said it was “so obvious” that airborne transmission was occurring, even in February 2020.

Morawska and colleagues presented evidence of airborne transmission to WHO in March 2020, including cases of people becoming infected when they were more than 1 meter from an infected person, and “years of mechanistic studies;” the advice was largely ignored.

Nearly two years after the pandemic began, on December 23, 2021, the WHO nally acknowledged that SARS-CoV-2 is airborne.

The WHO getting it wrong about SARS-CoV-2’s airborne potential calls into question why it continues to be regarded as a global health authority.

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