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The Lede
January 2021 The Lede
With debate about SARS-CoV-2 transmission, Italian researchers studied whether the virus’ RNA was on surfaces where COVID-19 patients were receiving care. Two of 26 samples tested positive, suggesting “real life” surface contamination is a lower risk factor than previously reported.
The Lede
January 2021 The Lede
Under controlled lab conditions, NIH and CDC researchers found two SARS viruses survived in the air, and on plastic, stainless steel, copper, and cardboard up to several days. Precautions against infections originating in hospitals and super-spreader events are needed.