Mycoplasma Pneumonia Transmission
Facts about mycoplasma infection:
- Mycoplasma infections are spread through tiny droplets in the air that are expelled during coughing.
- Infected droplets are inhaled by others.
- Mycoplasma can also be spread through contact with saliva from an infected person.
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