Editor’s note: This story was updated March 31 to include that the CDC is considering the recommendation that the general public wear face coverings in public. Also, that there is circumstantial evidence that the virus spreads through a fine mist known as aerosol. 

The public doesn’t need to wear heavy-duty respirators, but it’s a smart idea to don a face mask or wrap a clean scarf around your nose and mouth if you’re going into a crowded place during the COVID-19 outbreak, an infectious disease doctor told Live Science.





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