Use ‘garlic-breath distancing’ to stay Covid-safe, says expert

‘If you can smell your friend’s lunch’ it is too close, says Julian Tang as he proposes ‘space, space, hands’ message

People should use the “garlic-breath distance” to decipher whether they are close enough to another person for coronavirus transmission to occur, an expert has said.

Dr Julian Tang, a consultant virologist at Leicester Royal Infirmary and the author of a new study published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), stressed that governments and health leaders should “focus their efforts on airborne transmission”.

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