Covid-19: Whether (or not) to Open House Windows?

Scientists argue that keeping windows open may reduce the risk of the coronavirus spreading indoors.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Opening windows and curtains not only allows the air to flow but it also prevents the virus from settling on surfaces, experts suggest.

Although it is still debatable how long the Sars-coV-2 coronavirus remains on surfaces, studies have found that the virus can attach itself to plastic and stainless steel for up to three days after the first contact.

Scientists at the University of California have explained that opening windows to allow daylight into closed spaces helps " to disintegrate" remnants of the coronavirus.

A prior study of the flu found that its half-life . . .

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