According to new tests carried out, it has shown that Coronavirus was present in the faeces of more than half of its patients.
They said more research needed to be done to rule out passing the disease on to people through omitting bodily gasses.A doctor that raised the issue on social media, highlighted work by Australian doctor Andy Tagg which he called “an enjoyable thread about whether farting can cause coronavirus”.
The doctor added that previous tests have shown farts have the power to spray talcolm powder long distances.
It was warned, however, that if the infected patient was not wearing pants, and they released a large amount of gas, then someone else – if they took a close sniff at the gas – couldcbe at risk.
“Perhaps SARS-CoV-2 can be spread through the power of parping – we need more evidence.