Problem in the Market

Problem (CV-19 Global Exposure to Human Race), WHY Now?

• A newly-published paper in mBio – a journal of the American Society for Microbiology – reports that human coronavirus 229E, which produces a range of respiratory symptoms from the common cold to more lethal outcomes such as pneumonia/CV-19, can survive on surface materials including ceramic tiles, glass, rubber, and stainless steel for at least five days. 

• While human-to-human transmission is important, infections can be contracted by touching surfaces contaminated by respiratory droplets from infected individuals, or hand touching, leading to a wider and more rapid spread like we saw this year with CV-19. 

• 2.5 Million died worldwide of CV-19 as of 4-12-2021, because of this host jumping process.

Source (mBio- Journal of the American Society for Microbiology)