US CDC: #Coronavirus survived in Princess Cruise ship cabins up to 17 days after passengers left.
Virus “was identified on a variety of surfaces in cabins of both symptomatic and asymptomatic infected passengers up to 17 days after cabins were vacated.” cnbc.com/2020/03/23/cdc…
The coronavirus survived for up to 17 days aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship, living far longer on surfaces than previous research has shown, according to new data published Monday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/6…
The study examined the Japanese and U.S. government efforts to contain the #COVID19 outbreaks on the Carnival-owned Diamond Princess ship in Japan and the Grand Princess ship in California.
BREAKING: A New York City public-school teacher with #CoronaVirus spent several days teaching in the classroom while sick with #COVID19 symptoms knowing she just from a hotspot in Italy. on.wsj.com/39p1VGJ
CORRECTION: A New York City public-school teacher suspected of #CoronaVirus spent several days teaching in the classroom while sick with #COVID19 symptoms knowing she just returned from a hot spot in Italy.
BREAKING: New research from Singapore showed that patients with the novel coronavirus extensively contaminate their bedrooms and bathrooms, underscoring the need to routinely clean high-touch surfaces, basins and toilet bowls u.afp.com/3iSC
The #Coronavirus was however killed by TWICE-A-DAY cleaning of surfaces and daily cleaning of floors with a commonly used disinfectant suggesting that current [medical] decontamination measures are sufficient as long as people adhere to them.
This led scientists to believe that, beyond catching the #Covid19 infection through coughing, environmental contamination was an important factor in #coronavirus transmission
🚨FISA WATCH:🚨In the upcoming IG FISA report one highly anticipated item to watch for is the Nunes memo surrounding his removal from the committee Schiff now chairs. The memo relates to the initial discovery that U.S. intelligence was spying on Trump.
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Nunes was removed as head of Schiff's committee for disclosing, what Democrats then falsely claimed was classified info (he was cleared), that U.S. intelligence was intercepting Trump communications as part foreign spying operations. Where is that info now? What was it?
Nunes: On the Intelligence collection “it appears most of this occurred, from what I’ve seen, in November, December, and January”. It's focus: “There was clearly significant information about President Trump and his team and there were additional names that were unmasked.”