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To determine possible modes of virus transmission, we investigated a cluster of coronavirus disease cases associated with a shopping mall in Wenzhou, China. Data indicated that indirect transmission of the causative virus occurred, perhaps resulting from virus contamination of common objects, virus aerosolization in a confined space, or spread from asymptomatic infected persons.
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Cai, Jing; Sun, Wenjie; Huang, Jianping; Gamber, Michelle; Wu, Jing; and He, Guiging, "Indirect Virus Transmission in Cluster of COVID-19 Cases, Wenzhou, China, 2020" (2020). Coronavirus Research at FIU. 3.
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