Scientists claim corona's genetic material found in air
Scientists claim corona's genetic material found in air

Beijing: The coronavirus, which has been spreading its feet continuously for the past several days, is no longer taking the name of freezing, every day the outbreak of this virus is increasing, due to which today the human aspect has reached the brink of destruction. Every day, due to this virus, many families are getting killed, while the infection of this virus is becoming an enemy of the lives of people, millions of people are getting infected every day due to its grip. Talking about those who die all over the world, then more than 2 lakh 11 thousand people have died.

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According to the information, scientists have detected the presence of genetic material of coronavirus in the air. However, they say that it is not clear whether these viral particles can cause disease or not. By monitoring the environment around two hospitals and some public areas in Wuhan, China, researchers detected hotspots for coronavirus RNA. These researchers also included scientists from the University of Wuhan. According to the study, whether this substance has the potential to infect anyone or not is not clear at the moment.

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However the sample size for the study was small. Less than 40 samples were taken from 31 locations to conclude. According to the researchers, adequate hygiene, good air movement and fewer people can reduce the risk of the virus. Scientist K. Lan and his team set up aerosol nets around two government hospitals to treat Covid-19 patients during February and March 2020. These included the Grade-A tertiary hospital for patients with critical illness and the area hospital for patients with mild symptoms. The study revealed that RNA was found to be more present in the area where medical personnel used to keep protective equipment. Scientists said that after the increase in cleanliness efforts, no significant evidence of airborne SARS-COV-2 RNA was found in the areas of medical staff.

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