Coronavirus survives for 28 days on mobile screens, banknotes: Study
The deadly invisible novel Coronavirus which claiming tens of thousands of lives across the world can remain on mobile screens, banknotes and stainless steel for 28 days, according to a research report. Australia's national science agency CSIRO findings revealed that the virus can survive so long then we thought.
Earlier, findings said that the virus can survive on banknotes and glass for two to three days and six days on plastic and stainless steel. The research also said that the Coronavirus will survive less time in hotter places and stopped infectious within 24 hours at 40-degree temperature. It is said that the virus survives longer on smooth surfaces.