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The virus that is causing the current outbreak is a respiratory one and spreads through droplet infection.
If a food worker coughs over your food while preparing it, although really gross, your risk of contracting the disease that way is minimal.
According to a 2018 overview of respiratory vir...
If you're still concerned, reheating food before eating can destroy the virus.
Scientists suggest a temperature of 149°F (65°C) for at least 3 minutes is sufficient. For foods such as a chi...
Viruses require a host cell to replicate, which means that the virus will not multiply on your food. The same as with other surfaces, the viral load on your food will decrease with time.
The initial panic and hoarding behavior has caused short-term shortages at food stores, but there are currently no long-term issues with food supplies.
However, we don't know yet what the lo...
There is no advantage to using antibacterial soap because the new virus is caused by a virus, not a bacterium.
Any soap can be used as soap is a surfactant that neutralizes the virus.
Safety for staff.
No small business owner wants to see their employees suffer.
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Even though a vaccine for the new virus is at least a year away, we all a way to fight the virus in our own homes: soap and water.
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Hand-washing is one of the best ways to protect against the new virus. But it has to be done the right way.
You have to scrub your hands thoroughly with soap and clean water for at least 20 seconds. And make sure you cover all the important parts: palms, wrinkles, fingernails, between fingers, under rings, bandaids, or splints you may have on an injured finger.
Destroying the structure of viruses and other contaminations with soap and water is different than using disinfectants and sanitizers, which are designed to kill germs but not remove them from your skin.
Our hands are the front lines in the war against the new virus.
Respiratory viruses (the new virus, the flu, and the common cold) can be spread via our hands: We can pick up dro...
Washing your hands with soap and water is the top way to clean our hands. If soap is not available, using a hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol can help.
When you wash your hands with soap and water, you’re wiping viruses off your hands and sending them down the drain. The whole process is actually annihilating the viruses, rendering them harmless.
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