The Psychological Economic and Social Costs to Not Consider Some Respiratory Viruses as Airborne

Luisetto, M.1*, Fiazza, C.2 & Oleg yurevich Latishev3

1IMA Academy Administration and Management Branch, Social Science Branch, Italy
2Hospital Pharmacist Manager, PC Area, Italy
3IMA Academy President, RU, Italy

Dr. Luisetto, M., IMA Academy Administration and Management Branch, Social Science Branch, Italy.

Keywords: COVID-19; Coronavirus; Pandemic; Economy; Healthcare Management; Social Science; Psychology; Infectious Disease; Airborne; Air Pollution; Prevention; Opens the Window Strategy; Management; Accounting


In actual second wave of COVID-19 pandemic it is interesting to observe also the psychological economic and social effect.
Related some diffusion and spread modality principally considered by some healthcare international and national authority.
If direct contact and by droplet transmission was well accepted as major mechanism the AIRBORNE possibility of transmission was considered less relevant.
But observing nowadays velocity in increase in COVID-19 cases among France or Spain countries in a very few
Weeks seen to show that other modality of transmission must to be take in consideration.

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