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Flush with lid down: COVID-19 can be transmitted via 'aerosolized feces,' study warns

Scientists are still learning a great deal about COVID-19 and how it spreads, but they have learned it can be transmitted via "aerosolized feces," according to a new study. Read more

 

Why You Should Flush With The Lid Down: Experts Warn Of Fecal-Oral Transmission Of COVID-19

While scientists have warned that COVID-19 can be spread by fecal-oral transmission the disease can also be spread through what is known as "aerosolized feces" which means that it's more important than ever to close the lid of the toilet while flushing, according to experts. Read more

 

Scientists say coronavirus can spread through ‘aerosolized feces’

The disease caused by the coronavirus, which scientists had already warned can be spread from fecal-oral transmission, can also be transmitted via “aerosolized feces,” according to Forbes, citing a study published by the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology. Read more

 

Growing evidence suggests the coronavirus can spread through poop. Here's how to protect yourself.

A study of three coronavirus patients in Singapore, published Wednesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association, revealed that the virus showed up in their stool. Samples taken from the toilet bowls and sinks in the patients' isolation rooms came back positive for the virus. Read more

 

Fecal Transmission May Be Behind Coronavirus’s Rapid Spread

The novel coronavirus is shed in the feces of infected people, which may help explain why it’s spread so fast, according to Chinese researchers. Read more

Coronavirus may spreading so fast because of feacal transmission, scientists say

COVID-19, the new coronavirus which has killed more than 2,000 people, may spread through feces, scientists believe. Read more

New coronavirus may spread through poop

The new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, which has now infected nearly 76,000 people, spreads mostly through respiratory droplets and contact with infected patients. But new research suggests that it can also spread through feces. Read more

Fecal transmission may be responsible for coronavirus’s rapid spread

The novel coronavirus is shed in the feces of infected people, which may help explain why it’s spread so fast, according to Chinese researchers. Read more

Coronavirus may transmit through digestive tract, report finds

In addition to respiratory droplets, the novel coronavirus that has sickened thousands globally may also transmit through the digestive tract, specifically the fecal-oral route, according to a report. Read more

Latest Study Suggests The New Coronavirus Is Also Spreading Via Feces

Diarrhea may be a secondary path of transmission for the novel coronavirus, scientists said Friday following the publication of the latest study reporting patients with abdominal symptoms and loose stool. Read more

Deadly Coronavirus May Be Spreading Through Poop

According a report published by the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (China CDC) last week, researchers were able to confirm COVID-19 patients had “live virus in stool specimens” suggesting that the vicious virus called 2019-nCoV can be transmitted through fecal matter. Read more