Airborne [adjective]

Definition of Airborne:

in the air, winged

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Sentence/Example of Airborne:

That’s probably a better bet than airborne anaerobic alien organisms.

I’ve read viral particles can stay airborne and travel beyond six feet.

On April 10, it told workers that N95 respirators effectively filtered out airborne contaminants.

N95 masks are designed to filter out at least 95 percent of airborne particles.

In it, they said it’s time the health community accepts that infectious coronavirus can remain airborne.

Atmospheric chemist Kim Prather, who’s part of a team trying to help schools reopen, will join us today on our livestream series Voice of San Diego at Home to talk about what she’s learned about the virus, its airborne qualities and how we can reset.

Even a simple open window might create enough ventilation to prevent an airborne coronavirus from infecting a new host.

The best guard against airborne viruses are known as N95 masks.

People should not be lulled into a false sense of security in thinking that these types of masks will protect them from airborne, aerosolized virus especially in poorly ventilated spaces frequented by others.

After you arrived back on AF-1, what did you do between that time and the time the plane was airborne?