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Wolf Blitzer Channels His Inner Journalist And Asks A Follow-Up Question: Stunned Silence Ensues

I've never been a Wolf Blitzer fan. But if he keeps doing things like this, I may tolerate him. As a pundit was espousing her usual vapid talking points, Wolf decided to ask for specifics and stumped her something awful. The look on her face is priceless.

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Researchers at the University of Houston have developed a filtration system that can instantly neutralize and kill 99.8% of the coronavirus after a single pass through.

"It's basically a high-performance COVID-19 killer," Dr. Garrett Peel of Medistar, who helped craft the design, said according to Fox News.

The filter looks to be an important tool in fighting a virus that can remain in the air for hours and, in turn, spread more readily than viruses like the common flu. Harvard Health says that aerosolized coronavirus can remain in the air for up to three hours.

People who are asymptomatic can easily spread it to multiple people when they talk, breathe, cough, or sneeze.

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