The corrosive effects of tear gas could intensify coronavirus pandemic

The corrosive effects of tear gas could intensify coronavirus pandemic

3/6/2020 7:30:00 AM

The corrosive effects of tear gas could intensify coronavirus pandemic

SEATTLE — The billowing clouds of tear gas that the authorities are sending through protest crowds across the United States may increase the risk that the coronavirus could spread through the gatherings.

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