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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: possibly combing to host-cell receptor of angiotensinconverting enzyme II expressed in salivary glands and tongue, 2019-nCoV is detected in saliva. Combined with infectious fluids from the respiratory system, 2019-nCoV via large saliva droplets sets up shortdistance transmission and hardly form long-distance aerosol transmission outdoors due to complicated physical and biological decay. Prevention of droplet formation, implementation of air disinfection, and blockage of droplet acquisition could possibly slowdown 2019-nCoV dissemination[3]

Figure 1: possibly combing to host-cell receptor of angiotensinconverting enzyme II expressed in salivary glands and tongue, 2019-nCoV is detected in saliva. Combined with infectious fluids from the respiratory system, 2019-nCoV via large saliva droplets sets up shortdistance transmission and hardly form long-distance aerosol transmission outdoors due to complicated physical and biological decay. Prevention of droplet formation, implementation of air disinfection, and blockage of droplet acquisition could possibly slowdown 2019-nCoV dissemination<sup>[3]</sup>