The crown does not last longer on the door handles and other non-porous surfaces when exposed to sunlight, high temperatures and humidity, according to a study by the US government. Exposure to moisture or heat “The virus will die at a much faster pace,” Bill Bryan, a deputy minister of the Department of Homeland Security, said at a news conference at the White House on Thursday. President Donald Trump has already expressed an interest, if summer weather would end the epidemic of the virus, suggesting that it could eliminate in February that warmer spring temperatures cases this month. More than 870,000 people in the US have been infected with the virus and more than 49,000 confirmed killed. About 20,000 new cases were on Thursday. Bryan suggested new research has offered us practical advice for many Americans, including “the temperature increase and potentially contaminated indoor humidity” to kill viruses on surfaces. At a temperature of 70 to 75 degrees Celsius and 80% humidity in the summer sun, for example, research has shown that the virus would have taken two minutes on a porous surface. Bryan said dry areas, may require “special attention.” Very strong light ‘Trump appeared from research fascinated by Bryan presentation. “Suppose a huge body with ultraviolet light or very strong shot,” Trump said after the presentation Bryan. “I think it did not happen, but you’re going to try it.” The researchers were able to bring “the light inside the body,” said Trump, “either through the skin or otherwise.” The World Health Organization has warned not to sterilize the body against the use of UV lamps of any party, saying it can cause skin irritation. Bryan also said that research had shown bleaching, the virus in saliva or respiratory fluids in five minutes and isopropyl alcohol could kill could also kill rapidly. Trump also suggested there is more testing would not. “The disinfectant is a knock out in a minute. One minute,” he said. “Is there any way we like, can that injection do within such a thing?” He said, “it was almost a cleaning. And ‘in the lungs and has a huge number of lungs.” It is a Bleach treatment is a toxic chemical, and inhalation can damage the lungs. “Bleach inhalation would be absolutely the worst thing for the lungs,” said John Balmes, a pulmonologist at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and professor of medicine at the University of California at San Francisco. “The airways and lungs are smooth disinfectant not meant to be exposed to an aerosol.” “Not once a low dilution of bleach or isopropyl alcohol safe” so Balmes in a telephone conversation. “It’s a totally ridiculous notion.” Disinfection surfaces is an important practice in infection control. The crown is fragile outside the body, and is essentially a package of genetic information wrapped in a package of lipids. Washing with soap is particularly effective in cleaning and stop transmission. The US Centers for control and disease prevention has warned Americans to beware of products for the rush of detergents and disinfectants that have collected from the shelves and you can find still difficult for many retailers. Poisoning associated with cleaning and disinfecting products has increased significantly in March, according to the CDC. In one case, a woman was taken to hospital after filling to dip their vegetables their sink with bleach, vinegar and hot water. Business time because some American states start planning to restore social distancing restrictions, an important question is whether the heat could affect the virus – and if the decline could lead to a new outbreak, as some experts have suggested inside and outside the government. Atmospheric and UV rays are often an important factor in the transmission of infectious diseases. Transmission of influenza, for example, is often correlated with the cold and dry air. One study found that knowledge in Northern Europe, low temperature and low UV indices fell with peaks of influenza virus in the period between 2010 and 2018. “We do that respiratory viruses are quite seasonal. Corona respiratory viruses, and we had the hope and the expectation would be, “said William Schaffner, a professor of infectious diseases at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. But, he said, not all crown show strong seasonal fluctuations, and it is not clear that this is such a will. Scientists continue to explore the new crown, and the field has brought into the world with the high temperatures, moisture available. Singapore has recorded an increase in cases, despite hot, humid weather. And in the developed world, many people spend much of their time indoors, cooler, dry areas controlled without direct sunlight. Anthony Fauci, the National Institutes of scientists Health White House Task Force, told television interview in an April 9 that “one should not think that we will be saved by a change in the weather. It must be assumed that the virus to do its thing, She will continue. “the Crown of other studies have suggested that certain types of UV rays can act as a kind of disinfectant. Sunlight contains three types of UV rays, and one of them, UVC is often used to sterilize medical devices. disinfected used in China and Italy, robots that UVC light reportedly hospitals in use. Some studies have suggested the opposite. found a recent study of the city in southern China, for example, that the heat and UV rays seemed no effect on the viruses have.