Spreading and deactivation

The new virus spreads most commonly through invisible respiratory droplets sent into the air when an infected person coughs or sneezes, droplets that can be inhaled by nearby people or land on surfaces that others then touch, who can then get infected when they touch their eyes, nose, or mouth.
The goods news is that common household disinfectants, including soap or a diluted bleach solution, can deactivate coronaviruses on indoor surfaces.

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Does disinfecting surfaces really prevent the spread of coronavirus?

Does disinfecting surfaces really prevent the spread of coronavirus?

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