2 doctors weighed in:
Is legionnaires' disease contagious?
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Dr. Douglas Arenberg
Internal Medicine - Pulmonary Critical Care
In brief: No
It is a bug that can be found in the environment as well as in water supplies.
It is not transmitted from person to person, and usually affects those with underlying lung or heart disease more severely.

In brief: No
It is a bug that can be found in the environment as well as in water supplies.
It is not transmitted from person to person, and usually affects those with underlying lung or heart disease more severely.
Dr. Douglas Arenberg
Dr. Douglas Arenberg
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Dr. John Leander Po
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
In brief: No
If you refer from person-to-person- no.
It is spread by aerosolized water that harbor the organism. Examples include air-conditioning vents, misters in the vegetable aisles, ornamental water features in hospital lobbies, and humidifiers with stagnant water.

In brief: No
If you refer from person-to-person- no.
It is spread by aerosolized water that harbor the organism. Examples include air-conditioning vents, misters in the vegetable aisles, ornamental water features in hospital lobbies, and humidifiers with stagnant water.
Dr. John Leander Po
Dr. John Leander Po
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