Corona virus is not a laboratory product

The World Health Organization (WHO) says that chlorine and alcohol sprays do not eliminate corona, nor does bathing with hot water prevent corona. On the other hand, the United Nations says that the corona viruses will double the food crisis in 9 African countries.

chlorine and alcohol cannot eradicate the corona virus, who

According to a foreign news agency, the World Health Organization has made it clear on its website that a spray of chlorine and alcohol cannot eradicate the corona virus; the virus can be eliminated by human hands after washing hands with soap for at least twenty seconds. WHO has stated that the Four G mobile network cannot cause the spread of Corona virus. Temperatures of 25 degrees Celsius or above will not kill the corona virus in any way. Being cured of the corona virus once does not mean that you will not be infected again, caution is required to avoid. Just holding your breath for 10 seconds and not having a dry cough doesn’t mean you’re safe from corona. Excessive alcohol consumption cannot protect you from corona, Corona virus can also be transmitted to humans in hot and humid areas, corona virus can also attack in cold weather and icy areas, and corona cannot be prevented by taking a hot bath. Corona virus cannot be transmitted by mosquitoes.

On the other hand, the WHO has called for an increase in the supply of goods in the areas where the corona virus spreads, especially in Latin America and said that flights should be extended. The World Health Organization’s chief operations officer said the global supply of the vaccine had stalled in April and that if it continued in May, campaigns against other diseases would be affected.   He said the United Nations has for the first time received a report of a disruption in food supplies, which could be even more serious. “We want more offers on commercial flights and we are constantly appealing,” he said. UN says corona virus will double food crisis in 9 African countries in just 3 months. According to the United Nations World Food Program, about 20 million people in nine African countries currently do not have access to safe food supplies.