Coronavirus bacteria can only survive two famous American scientists said Thursday that when the temperature reaches 70f (25c) or above, the surface stays for a few minutes. Bill Bryan, director of the Department of Homeland Security's Science and Technology Bureau, revealed the hopeful discovery on a table in the company of President Trump.
He said: "Our most striking observation so far is that solar energy seems to have a powerful effect on killing viruses. Whether it is on the surface or in the air. We have also seen that temperature and humidity have similar effects. Temperature and humidity The increase in (or both) is generally detrimental to the virus. "
Bryan explained that the half-life refers to the time it takes for this number to decrease sharply as the weather warms, and the number of virus particles is reduced by half. It inspired people's hope that the increase in temperature in summer can significantly reduce the number of coronavirus infections and deaths.
Commenting on his findings, Brian said: "The virus is dying in large numbers.
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