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Bowel movements could have led to Covid-19 Pullman Hotel outbreak – report – RNZ

An investigation in the Pullman Hotel outbreak is looking at whether airborne particles generated by bowel movements could have been a factor.

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An investigation in the Pullman Hotel outbreak is looking at whether airborne particles generated by bowel movements could have been a factor.
Pullman Hotel in Auckland. Photo: RNZ / Dan Cook
A Ministry of Health report into the Pullman Hotel outbreak last month, where guests from the hotel were found to have Covid-19 after they had left the managed isolation facility.
It recommended an investigation of bathroom exhaust fans because airborne virus particles can be generated by bowel movements of…

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