COVID-19 airborne

Is COVID-19 virus airborne?
Over 200 scientists from around the world cosigned a letter to the World Health Organization urging it to take seriously the growing evidence that the coronavirus can be transmitted through the air. Galveston National Laboratory director Scott Weaver said during the webinar that the new research shows COVID-19 can survive at least 16 hours when suspended in the air in an aerosol. Aerosols are defined as a collection of droplets no bigger than five microns or five one-millionths of a meter.
There is debate about how much Covid-19 spreads through aerosols and whether the added protection N95s provide against them is necessary. While we need to better understand the level of protection required, what is clear is that if we had better masks than current cloth and homemade ones, transmission could be substantially and quickly curbed. The problem is N95s are uncomfortable to wear for long periods of time, and both surgical and N95 masks remain in short supply even for health workers, making neither an option for the general population.
We need masks for the general population that block the virus from coming in and going out similar to what high-filtration surgical or N95 masks do for health workers. Masks like this would give people control over their own safety, a greater incentive to wear them, and the confidence to resume economically important activities.
If worn widely enough in crowded and indoor settings where most transmission seems to occur, these masks could potentially stop the epidemic altogether.
The answer is RS1 Respirator Mask.
Protection: RS1 blocks about 99.999 percent of particles that are 0.027 microns in size.
Comfort: RS1 Delta-P is 0.8. 4 times easier to breathe through compare to an N95 Mask.
Reusability: No shelf life. RS1 Respirator Masks are reusable.
Style: Future (contemporary) style with optional logos.
Mask seal: Equivalent to an N95 Mask seal.
Filters: Addresses Carbon Dioxide concers.
Filters: Are equivalent to hospital ventilator filters that help protect against COVID-19 contamination.