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The flu-covered immune rodents were not exhaling virus into the air.
The larger respiratory droplets that are known to spread the coronavirus are larger bits of spit and mucus that a person propels outward when they forcefully exhale.
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Filters in the tubing keep each patient’s exhaled air from infecting others.
Breathing in smaller airborne droplets exhaled or coughed out may also cause infection.
Between 30 and 40 percent of the people with coronavirus infections exhaled viruses if they wore no mask.
Nigel's enthusiasm seemed almost visibly to exhale from the paper as Isaacson held the letter in his hands.
BELLA DONNAROBERT HICHENS
Smoking was called drinking tobacco, as the fashionable method was to "put it through the nose" or exhale it through the nostrils.
The kitchen was so close to the living rooms that, at dinner-time, the whole house seemed to exhale a smell of roast mutton.
A CHARMING FELLOW, VOLUME II (OF 3)FRANCES ELEANOR TROLLOPE
That organ has only to exhale, in its degree, a fostering tropic air in order to produce complications almost beyond reckoning.
THE AWKWARD AGEHENRY JAMES
As soon as conscious breathing was necessary it was my custom deliberately to inhale on one step and exhale on the next.
MOUNT EVEREST THE RECONNAISSANCE, 1921CHARLES KENNETH HOWARD-BURY

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