How Long Does The Coronavirus Live
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How Long Does The Coronavirus Live

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The rapid spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) shows that how dangerous it is. Now it has been spread in almost 190 countries and we can find coronavirus cases in every continent. In earlier days, China was badly suffered and now, all the major countries in Europe and the United States are suffering very badly. Now they have coronavirus cases more than China. Although there is one good news is that China is not finding any coronavirus positive case. China almost controlled the situation but the situation in the rest of the world is not good. In these days, the number of coronavirus cases are increasing day by day and the graph of death is also increasing. Each and every country of the world is trying their best. A lot of countries is lockdown. The economy of the entire world is badly suffering.

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The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared this rapidly spreading coronavirus outbreak a pandemic. One of the most terrifying things about the new coronavirus is how rapidly, and seemingly easily, it can spread. Till today (29 March, 6 PM), 678,905 coronavirus cases filed and 31,771 deaths. Here is a report of Coronavirus of top five countries:

Country Name

Total Cases

Total Deaths

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At this point, we know we should be staying at home and maintain social distancing. This is the only way because there is no treatment or vaccine of coronavirus. We know that we should keep distance at least six feet from anyone. We’ve been told to wash our hands constantly, clean high-touch surfaces, and avoid touching our faces. But research says that the virus can live on surfaces. On some surfaces, this virus can live up to 3-4 days.

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How Long Does The Coronavirus Live:

  • Most infections start with water droplets, tiny globes of water 5 microns or less in size. That’s much smaller than a human hair, which is 60 to 120 microns thick. An average cough, however, can produce as many as 3,000 droplets and a single sneeze can make up to 40,000, according to multiple studies cited in a 2009 World Health Organization report. A droplet’s size determines where it goes after being expelled. Gravity forces larger ones to the ground. The researchers concluded that the virus could remain airborne for up to 3 hours post aerosolization.
  • The coronavirus lasted about four hours on copper.
  • Research suggests that the coronavirus can exist for up to 72 hours on stainless steel. Stainless steel is commonly used everywhere by everyone. It is used in public transport, restrooms, faucets, etc.
  • Coronavirus can live up to 72 hours on plastic also. That’s a special concern because many shared items are made of plastic and may not be sanitized often enough or completely enough. Your phone, doors, switches, play equipment are the best example.
  • Coronavirus can last on cardboard for up to 24 hours. Food products packaged in cardboard could also be a risk.
  • A virus can exist as long as four days on glass, depending on location and temperature. Items such as cellphone screens, mirrors and inside glass doors can also support the virus.

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