Just now someone sneezed at the glass on the driver's door of my car and threw his nose on my door. Excuse me, I didn't open the window and door and turned on the air conditioner (the filter element is not the latest one with the same material as the mask). Is there a risk of infection? How long will the COVID-19 on the outside of the car burn in the sun? If your nose is dry, you won't have the risk of infection if you don't touch it. Not inhaled?
Hello, COVID-19 will not survive for three hours on the outside surface. You say that someone sneezed on the door glass and threw his nose on the door. You didn't have windows, doors, air conditioners, and no outside noses. You didn't have to worry about COVID-19. You didn't have to worry about it.
Cardiovirus has strong adaptability in the external environment and is not afraid of cold and heat. Novel coronavirus pneumonia is not always accompanied by COVID-19. COVID-19 is mainly transmitted through air droplets. Infection through direct contact with respiratory tract also infects the present COVID-19. The main cause is the new crown pneumonia case in the area under the jurisdiction.
Generally speaking, it will not be infected. In the external environment, if the vehicle is running, the virus concentration is very low, so it is not easy to be infected. The survival time in the outside sun is a few hours, and it will soon be dried. Dynamic observation is recommended.