How Coronavirus reacts to different temperatures

https://www.accuweather.com/en/health-wellness/report-on-new-coronavirus-and-whats-known-about-how-weather-impacts-the-spread-sent-to-white-house-adviser/718155

Some of the research Fineberg’s report cited was a study published on April 2 by scientists in Hong Kong. The researchers, led by Alex W H Chin of the School of Public Health at the University of Hong Kong, found that SARS-CoV-2 “is highly stable at” a temperature of 39 degrees Fahrenheit. At 132 degrees, the researchers found, the virus remained active for no more than 30 minutes. And when the temperature was raised to 158, the virus became inactive in five minutes.

So overall, the conclusion is that you really probably cannot count on seasonal change to have a very profound effect. Now, having said that, maybe it will.” 

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“At 132 degrees (55C), the virus remained active for no more than 30 minutes.”

“At 158 (70C) degrees, the virus became inactive in five minutes.”

That means this bioweapon, Coronavirus can survive in really high temperature. But we are sure the virus cannot survive at boiling temperature or burning temperature.

What we have learned from this study is this Coronavirus can stay all year round. Coronavirus is not affected by increasing temperature nor changing season.

But some people say the life of Coronavirus is only 90 days. This information might be right if we see China has finished Corona Pandemic after 90 days.

Prolonged Pandemic and economic collapse are NOT the ones the virus creator, Bill Gates wants. He wants to move on to his Plan B, vaccination (with poisons).

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