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A question that has been concerning health agencies and scientists over the last few months is how long SARS-CoV-2, the pathogen that causes COVID-19, can survive in the air and on surfaces. Knowing this can make for better guidelines on how to stop the spread, which are currently based on results for SARS-CoV-1, the coronavirus responsible for the SARS pandemic in the early 2000s.

We know that the virus can be transmitted through droplets in the air (which is why you must cough and sneeze into a tissue and immediately throw them away, or your elbow) and touching contaminated surfaces (think door handles, shopping trolleys, handrails etc), which is why it's so important to implement physical distancing and wash your hands.

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Arizona City, United States
25.03.2020 (65 days ago)