Marcia O’leary Missouri Breaks Industries Research
Wednesday, September 16, 2020
A virus is something that cannot live alone. A simple sneeze can spread as many as 20,000 droplets from an infected person to those around them. These droplets can gain access to the next person through open sores, breathing, or infected hands touching the face, especially the mouth, nose or eyes. Once the virus gains access to the next person, it attaches to that person’s cells and begins to duplicate. And the cycle continues.