New Study Details Lifespan Of Coronavirus In Air & On Surface How long Coronavirus lives on Copper, Steel, Foam, Plastic and in Air?

, <span class="entry-title-primary">New Study Details Lifespan Of Coronavirus In Air &#038; On Surface</span> <span class="entry-subtitle">How long Coronavirus lives on Copper, Steel, Foam, Plastic and in Air?</span>

A recent government study found out that Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) can survive in the air from 30 minutes to 3 hours, on cardboard for up to 24 hours, on stainless steel for up to 2 days, and on plastic for up to 3 days.

The virus remains communicable and detectable for most surfaces when in contact. There is a 35% attack rate from someone who has the virus.

This also includes bags, credit cards, trolleys, elevator buttons, escalators to name a few items you should stay cautious from.

, <span class="entry-title-primary">New Study Details Lifespan Of Coronavirus In Air &#038; On Surface</span> <span class="entry-subtitle">How long Coronavirus lives on Copper, Steel, Foam, Plastic and in Air?</span>

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