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Coronavirus: Mixed Feeling As It Rains in Abuja

Residents of the Federal Capital Territory FCT welcomed the heavy down on Sunday with mixed feeling following the health expert position that the dreaded Coronavirus ravaging the World hardly survive under heat but flourishes in cold weather.

The intensity of the heat in Abuja has been very high with residents sleeping outside and wishing for an early rain but with the arrival of Coronavirus, Global Front News, GUN gathered that some churches in the nation’s capital even prayed for the rain to wait for this Armageddon wind to blow pass.

Some Abuja residence who spoke to the GUN said the rain would have waited but God knows the best. They said heat would not kill us, it only bring meningitis but it has vaccines and curable drugs unlike CoViD 19.

Below is World Health Organizations, WHO data on Coronavirus resistant level 

First data on stability and resistance of SARS coronavirus compiled by members of WHO laboratory network

The below table provides the first compilation of data on resistance of the SARS Coronavirus against environmental factors and disinfectants. This information has been provided by Members of the WHO multi-center collaborative network on SARS diagnosis. More detailed information on methods utilized and material used is being compiled and will be available shortly. The major conclusions from these studies are:

Virus survival in stool and urine

Virus is stable in faeces(and urine) at room temperature for at least 1-2 days.

Virus is more stable (up to 4 days) in stool from diarrhea patients (which has higher pH than normal stool).


Virus loses infectivity after exposure to different commonly used disinfectants and fixatives.

Virus survival in cell-culture supernatant

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