(FOX NEWS) — Sunlight may help kill the coronavirus.
A new study says midday sunlight is capable of inactivating 90 percent or more of the virus after just 34 minutes of exposure.
The study’s authors calculated the expected inactivation by u-v-c and solar u-v radiation in cities around the world at different times of the year, and found sunlight can inactivate it “Relatively fast.”
The world health organization says people can still catch covid-19 — no matter how sunny or hot the weather is.
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