Question What is the difference between a dead and alive corona virus covid -19 ?

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  1. What is the difference between a dead and alive corona virus covid -19 ?
  2. how we can say that this corona virus is dead or alive ?
  3. how we can we kill this corna virus on any surface ?
 
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If you have it is alive ,people that dont just dont have it so there is no dead
they have made nothing to kill it yet , they have no idea where it can live like cans at a grocery store
contact by mouth to can will leave it there and be passed to others
 
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If you have it is alive ,people that dont just dont have it so there is no dead
they have made nothing to kill it yet , they have no idea where it can live like cans at a grocery store
contact by mouth to can will leave it there and be passed to others
I think it spreads mostly through the air in closed spaces like airplanes, indoor grocery stores, buses etc.. This probably explains why the infections are 100 times more in the USA than in India. The HVAC system circulates air and spreads the virus around and keeps it suspended in the air. The virus can infect through the eyes and maybe by breathing the air. The masks and all handwashing cannot prevent this. The experts in the USA seem to have missed this and are barking up the wrong tree. In India, there are few indoor grocery stores which is an advantage.
 
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Think of it this way. The virus has a nasty taste and smell when it enters the body. And by a slight of hand or disguising trick, can enter and infect your body. It quickly multiplies. It multiplies quicker than our body can respond with the right pattern. Sorta like too many patients at the hospital at the same time.

If we kill and preserve some of that dead virus, it will maintain that awful taste and smell. Now the body has time to learn and make the supplies to fight it, because it has time and is not fighting an infection.

The dead virus does not multiply.

Then when the real live virus shows up, our body has the pattern in the library to fight it.
 
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If you have it is alive ,people that dont just dont have it so there is no dead
they have made nothing to kill it yet , they have no idea where it can live like cans at a grocery store
contact by mouth to can will leave it there and be passed to others
erm.... please excuse me this is totally wrong!! stop spreading misinformation if you don´t know what you are talking about. Maybe people like you are too much on the internet instead of studying the actual biology of it..... this is getting a bit annoying over a time....

This virus has specific times it can stay on specific surfaces. Plastic and stainless-steel are the most loved materials for it to stay on. Approx. 10-14 days, to say safe. They tested in laboratories so it stayed around 6-8 days in best conditions on these surfaces.
Paper or "wetness-sucking" materials, under best conditions, it COULD stay around 3-5 days.

IF it is on a surface, such as the INSIDE of your hand, then you can KILL it with disinfection liquids, such as Isopropy-alcohol, any type. And why did i highlight "INSIDE" of your hand? There is a clear answer on that. Same reasons why you won´t get stung by a "stinging nettle herb"

I mean this vitico guy even said on his last message
lies and more lies, do what you think you need to do and keep covered mask ,hooded suit the works make it work
so yeah....

Something that is often misunderstood by people is the "spreading by droplets through air etc."... it even has gotten politicized.... a droplet in this case, can be as tiny as the measure of two H2O atoms and a virus in-between. Basically... then one can say this is the tiniest measure of a droplet. And even that this small is basically impossible, just a slightly bigger is, and you won´t even see it.

If they say social-distancing 1-2m, does exactly nothing..... i have absolutely no idea where this came from or who agrees that this is a measure because literally it isn´t....
To be safe in that, one needs at least 4-6m.... and this is impossible.

I think it spreads mostly through the air in closed spaces like airplanes, indoor grocery stores, buses etc.. This probably explains why the infections are 100 times more in the USA than in India.
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The masks and all handwashing cannot prevent this. The experts in the USA seem to have missed this and are barking up the wrong tree. In India, there are few indoor grocery stores which is an advantage.
First is wrong.... noone can truly explain why USA has more then India. But fact is, that it started in America much earlier then in India. Fact is also, that the USA has tremendously more hospitals and tests possible to make. Or maybe you don´t know how bad the healthcare system in India is, how many villages and cities have no real hospital or proper doctor for a looong distance to travel.

Second is not right either. The experts in the USA did not miss it, or which experts are you talking about? This really does a difference who you mean. Please dont say Trump xD
As this virus can spread asymptomatic, and by hoooow maaany small droplets leave your mouth when you speak (droplets you don´t even see), then YES, masks would help a lot, actually. And this is undertaken in the USA. Handwashing can also help a lot, as long as one does not drink the liquid (xD) and does not use public spots.

I hope I could enlighten you a bit :p
 
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A virus is not live. When we kill that is figuitive. When it is destroyed with alcohol it is dissolved. It can no longer function. It can not reproduce by itself. It does not have a cell wall. It has to invade a living cell to reproduce. When that cell divides the virus is replicated. That makes a copy of the virus.
 
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If you have it is alive ,people that dont just dont have it so there is no dead
they have made nothing to kill it yet , they have no idea where it can live like cans at a grocery store
contact by mouth to can will leave it there and be passed to others
It is not a living thing.
 
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I don't know about you,but I am thinking that if you could give yourself an electric shock to your body maybe the virus would forget it's a virus ?
 

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  1. What is the difference between a dead and alive corona virus covid -19 ?
  2. how we can say that this corona virus is dead or alive ?
  3. how we can we kill this corna virus on any surface ?
There is no such thing as a living virus, so you can not kill something that is not alive

 

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