Researchers identify physical features that could make someone a Covid-19 super-spreader

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The more teeth you have, the higher the chances of you being a super-spreader of the virus, if you're infected.
The more teeth you have, the higher the chances of you being a super-spreader of the virus, if you're infected.
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If you’ve caught the new coronavirus and are moving around with a stuffy nose and a full set of teeth, you could be a super-spreader, a new study reveals.

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