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  • J
    No. Only from surface objects, or object surfaces. Do any objections surface, or have we surfaced those objectives?
  • J
    1:44 Why is that lady in the middle of the video walking like that? :-\
  • T
    The Truth Hurts
    I don't think the CDC has a clue what to tell us about this virus.
  • T
    "Possible" does not really mean "likely". There is nothing spectacularly unique about the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. Environments outside of a host body are inhospitable to it, and its life expectancy on the outside is not particularly long.

    That said, if someone sneezes all over a surface, which you then wipe your hands to then smear all over your face before it dries, you can probably catch it that way. I think you might have issues better discussed with a psychiatrist if you're doing that, though.
  • L
    Lone Wolf
    Corona virus is spread through droplets, or, "Sthpread through dropleth" as Dr,. Dara Kass said, would seem (or theem) to be much more likely if the infected person has a lisp. (hath a lithp).
  • J
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  • B
    Bill K
    People who choose to have high blood pressure (whether through what they eat, or whatever's eating them, since anxiety causes high blood pressure and can be brought on by bad lifestyle and personal philosophy) are at the greatest risk, since COVID is primarily a vascular disease. On average you need to be exposed to about 1000 individual viruses for an infection to take hold, as not every virus finds a suitable host cell to infect, and one's immune system can usually catch up to and stop the virus on lower exposures. The greatest risk is through high dose initial exposure, shared air in a confined space.
  • S
    Swim Bike Run
  • j
    Stupid doctor the answer is yes you can get infected from a surface with
  • S
    Silence Dogood
    once you have a virus it never "goes away", you just build up antibodies to be tolerant. They don't know yet if there are long term effects like with aids. there just isn't enough history to know yet. once may be a death sentence. and a vaccine is a preventative, not for those you already have it.