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Scientists talked about the dangers of COVID-19 infection in water

Scientists talked about the dangers of COVID-19 infection in water
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Spanish scientists have found out whether it is possible to get coronavirus in natural reservoirs. According to a study, infection at sea is unlikely, as sea salt is likely to deactivate the virus.

It is reported RIA News" with reference to a statement by experts from the High Council for Scientific Research of Spain (CSIC). It is reported that the danger of infection exists in fresh water. In lakes and rivers, the virus is able to survive.

According to scientists, do not be afraid of infection in SPA salons and baths. In pools and spas, there are enough disinfectants to deactivate the virus. And in saunas and steam baths, a high temperature is maintained at which the virus dies.

According to studies by virologists from Germany, getting infected with a coronavirus by touch or by airborne droplets not so easy.

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