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Coronaviruses survive in drinking water for more than 100 days ...




by Christophe » 18/04/20, 16:40

We're in shit, friends: https://www.researchgate.net/publicatio ... Wastewater

The time required for the virus titer to decrease 99.9% (T99.9) shows that in tap water, coronaviruses are inactivated faster in water at 23 ° C (10days) than in water at 4 ° C (> 100days). Coronaviruses die off rapidly in wastewater, with T99.9 values ​​of between 2 and 4 days.


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It's not 100 days it's 392 to 588 days at 4 ° C ...

Ah ah ah ... suddenly sorry but the barrier gestures ... hum hum ... how to say ... : Cheesy:

The chlorine level of the water was increased in early March in France ... they are just pretending to be stupid !!!

Edit addition April 19: Covid19 was detected in the Parisian non-potable water network.
One solution is UVc treatment: health-pollution-prevention / coronaviruses-survive-in-drinking-water-until-100-days-t16416-20.html # p392510

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by ENERC » 18/04/20, 17:14

Christophe wrote:We're in shit, friends: https://www.researchgate.net/publicatio ... Wastewater

The time required for the virus titer to decrease 99.9% (T99.9) shows that in tap water, coronaviruses are inactivated faster in water at 23 ° C (10days) than in water at 4 ° C (> 100days). Coronaviruses die off rapidly in wastewater, with T99.9 values ​​of between 2 and 4 days.


Ah ah ah ... barrier gestures my c ... es !!!

The chlorine level of the water was increased in early March in France ... they are just pretending to be stupid !!!

Already if you drink the water no problem: it is destroyed right away in the stomach with the acid, even without pastis.
The risk is to put the shower water in the nose. The one coming from the hot water tank is virus free. After that for there to be a sufficient amount of virus, it is really bad luck. I do not believe that Veolia employees blow their nose or spit in treatment plants :P

I fear road checks more than the shower : Mrgreen: - Off topic: I prefer that the control is done by the right door, since we are further from the guy who meets hundreds of people per hour.
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by GuyGadebois » 18/04/20, 18:19

I don't care, I have a drill. : Mrgreen:
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by Christophe » 18/04/20, 19:17

Must see if the water cycle of your drilling is more than ... 392 days !!!

Ah ah it's not won !!!
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by izentrop » 18/04/20, 19:48

Hello,
This study concerned SARS which was 10 times more contagious, maybe it is not 100% transposable to SARS-COV-2?
ENERC wrote:Already if you drink the water no problem: it is destroyed right away in the stomach with the acid, even without pastis.
Not won either
SARS-CoV can replicate in the gastrointestinal tract - (Leung et al. 2003) makes an enteropathogenic possible, and the incidence of diarrhea ranging from 8 to 73% in case of SARS (SARS Epidemiology Working Group 2003) worry about its potential environmental transmission. Leung et al. (2003) also reported that the viral cultures of SARS patients recovered higher yields in the small intestine than in the lung tissues, which are the target organs of this virus. https://link.springer.com/article/10.10 ... 008-9001-6
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by GuyGadebois » 18/04/20, 20:08

Christophe wrote:Must see if the water cycle of your drilling is more than ... 392 days !!!

Ah ah it's not won !!!

Virgin watershed.
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by Christophe » 18/04/20, 20:31

izentrop wrote:Hello,
This study concerned SARS which was 10 times more contagious, maybe it is not 100% transposable to SARS-COV-2?


Yes that ok !!

Hence the title LES .... and not LE ...

The Flemish have detected traces of it in almost all the treatment plants !!

We know from the start that it is in the faeces ...
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by Christophe » 18/04/20, 20:43

Now I do that ... 5W it costs 15 euros on Amazon ...

In addition to bleach ... which may run out soon ...

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by sicetaitsimple » 18/04/20, 20:46

Christophe wrote:The Flemish have detected traces of it in almost all the treatment plants !!
We know from the start that it is in the faeces ...


You would not confuse "pumping station and drinking water treatment" with "waste water treatment plant"?
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by izentrop » 18/04/20, 21:52

Christophe wrote:In addition to bleach ... which may run out soon ...
You can always make it https://pasdemouettes.info/index.php/ou ... u-de-javel
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