Similar to other respiratory infections, the most common way of coronavirus transmission is respiratory droplets, which are fluids particles that are generated by coughing and sneezing of an individual. Such droplets contain the virus present in the respiratory lining of an infected individual. These particles do not stay for long in air but in case of air-borne disease transmission, the virus particles remain in air for some time and can infect the other person sharing the space. It is still not clear whether coronavirus can be air-borne or not. CDC, therefore, recommends healthcare workers to use N95 respirator masks, while treating coronavirus patients.