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Will coronavirus kill off birthday candles and choirs?

Coronacast 14 de mayo de 2020 13

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When you start thinking about it, coronavirus is going to change so many things we previously took for granted.

Birthday cakes for example. It’s probably not a great idea to be blowing out the candles.

And if overseas experiences are anything to go by, loud boisterous singing in choirs may also be problematic.

So what else might change?

On today’s show:

* Is the risk of transmission high for those singing in choirs?

* How do I blow out candles on a cake?

* How do asymptomatic people transmit the virus if they’re not coughing?

* I was tested a few weeks ago because I had a sore throat. It’s back. Should I get tested again?

* Does coronavirus cause the common cold? There’s no vaccine for that.

* Does everyone who gets coronavirus develop COVID-19?

* When you say ‘kids’, what do you mean?

* I haven’t worn shoes for a while. Now my old shoes hurt. Can my feet get bigger?

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