Coronavirus will push us to 'money laundering'

October 15, 2020
According to the Australian Research Authority, the virus is primarily transmitted in the air, but more research was needed to reveal the extent of the virus's ability to move across surfaces. According to the Australian Research Authority, the virus is primarily transmitted in the air, but more research was needed to reveal the extent of the virus's ability to move across surfaces. Photo source: - Compilation of news visibility from Google

Vision Egypt News: - After this Australian study on how long the Corona virus will last, people may be forced to launder money, or stop dealing with it.

The study was published by the Australian National Science Agency and was carried out by scientists at the Australian Research Service Disease Readiness Center.

The study tested the ability of the "SARS-Cove 2" virus to persist in the dark and under three different temperatures.

The scientists found that at 20 degrees Celsius, "SARS Cove 2" was "very strong" on smooth surfaces, such as mobile phones, to live for 28 days on glass, steel and plastic banknotes, and at 30 degrees Celsius, its survivability decreased to seven days. And at 40 degrees Celsius to 24 hours only.

The virus remained for less time on porous surfaces, such as cotton (up to 14 days at lower temperatures and less than 16 hours at higher temperatures), according to the researchers, and that period was "much longer" than previous studies showed that indicated that the virus can survive up to 14 days. On non-porous surfaces, according to the study published in the "Virology Journal".

According to the Australian Center for Disease Readiness, for the study, samples of the virus were dried on various materials before testing using a "very sensitive" method that found traces of the virus capable of infecting cells.

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