With a sneeze, 100,000 pieces of quill will be taken out of the body
Reporter: Emran Khorasani
Scientists at the University of the United Kingdom have found that with a sneeze or cough, about 100,000 crocodiles will go away at speeds exceeding 160 kilometers per hour. Scientists continue to add that the highest levels of microbial release from the patient to the environment are in the first minutes after sneezing and coughing. The small droplets of air containing the mucous membranes that emerge from the patient’s mouth with a sneeze can penetrate the depths of the six people who breathe it.
These droplets, which are less than a diameter of the hair, are, according to scientists, sometimes hanging in the air for several seconds and sometimes for weeks.