After scientists heated the novel coronavirus, some strains survived. Three-dimensional illustration of Covid-19 under the microscope. Photo: Shutterstock Images After scientists heated the novel coronavirus, some strains survived. Three-dimensional illustration of Covid-19 under the microscope. Photo: Shutterstock Images
After scientists heated the novel coronavirus, some strains survived. Three-dimensional illustration of Covid-19 under the microscope. Photo: Shutterstock Images

Coronavirus can survive long exposure to high temperature, a threat to lab staff around world: paper

  • French scientists had to bring the temperature to almost boiling point to kill virus
  • Results have implications for the safety of lab technicians working with the virus

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
After scientists heated the novel coronavirus, some strains survived. Three-dimensional illustration of Covid-19 under the microscope. Photo: Shutterstock Images After scientists heated the novel coronavirus, some strains survived. Three-dimensional illustration of Covid-19 under the microscope. Photo: Shutterstock Images
After scientists heated the novel coronavirus, some strains survived. Three-dimensional illustration of Covid-19 under the microscope. Photo: Shutterstock Images
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