U.S Lab Test confirms that ‘sunlight destroys coronavirus quickly’

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Experiments conducted by the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) show the coronavirus can be ‘quickly’ destroyed by sunlight.

Yahoo News obtained a briefing that suggests the virus cannot survive in high temperatures and humidity on surfaces or in a droplet of saliva – giving the public hope that the end could be just around the corner as summer weather approaches for parts of the world.

The DHS found that simulated sunlight ‘rapidly killed the virus in aerosols,’ while without that treatment, ‘no significant loss of virus was detected in 60 minutes.’

However, the unpublished documents also state that the results have yet to be proven nor does this not mean the world will see a drop in new cases if they are.

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Experiments conducted by the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) show the coronavirus can be ‘quickly’ destroyed by sunlight. Yahoo News obtained a briefing that suggests the virus cannot survive in high temperatures and humidity

A DHS spokesperson told DailyMail.com in an email: ‘The department is dedicated to the fight against COVID-19, and the health and safety of the American people is its top priority. As policy, the department does not comment on allegedly leaked documents.

‘It would be irresponsible to speculate, draw conclusions, or to inadvertently try to influence the public based upon a document that has not yet been peer-reviewed or subjected to the rigorous scientific

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The idea that sunlight could be the archenemies of the coronavirus has been floating around the web for quite some time.

A post on Facebook with the heading ‘GOODBYE CORONA VIRUS’ details a daily regimen to cure the disease – and exposure to sunlight is on the list.

DHSST by Sharon Weinberger on Scribd

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