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CDC Now Says COVID-19 ‘Does Not Spread Easily’ via Contaminated Surfaces

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CDC Now Says COVID-19 ‘Does Not Spread Easily’ via Contaminated Surfaces

CDC Now Says COVID-19 ‘Does Not Spread Easily’ via Contaminated Surfaces

CDC Now Says COVID-19 ‘Does Not Spread Easily’ via Contaminated Surfaces The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) no longer considers “surfaces or objects” to be a major threat as far as the spread of coronavirus.

CDC, via website According to the CDC, the virus is also not transmittable between humans and animals.

Person-to-person transmission, including via respiratory droplets, is still the main way the virus spreads.

The CDC continues to emphasize the need for "practical and realistic" precautions to stop the spread.

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