A Russian research team confirms that boiling water can instantly kill the new coronavirus

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Russian scientists have finally discovered the weak point of the new coronavirus, by drinking warm water that is already killing the virus.

According to a Russian news agency report, a research team from the Russian VECTOR Virus and Biotechnology Research Center in Novosibirsk, found that room temperature water could stop the growth of corona-coV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.

Boiling water and killing corona virus
Boiling water and killing Corona virus

Water temperature is important

During a study published by “healthsite”, researchers found that water was room temperature It can kill 90% of coronavirus particles In a 24-hour period, while 99.9% of the virus kills in 72 hours, moreover, it was found that boiling water could kill the new coronavirus immediately and completely.

The agency report stated that the team also found that while the coronavirus was able to remain in the chlorinated water and seawater for some time, it did not double.

But in general, the researchers concluded that the age of the new coronavirus depends directly on the water temperature.

Boiling water
Boiling water

Volunteers develop immunity to coronavirus

On the other hand, Russia launched clinical trials on two possible forms of Covid-19 vaccine developed by the Gamaleya National Center for Research and Microbiology on June 18. The first model, in the form of a solution for intramuscular administration, was tested in Burdenko. Military Hospital, while another was tested in powder form at Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University. As part of experiments at Sechenov University, two groups of volunteers were given the vaccine and remained in isolation in hospital for 28 days.

In a statement, the Russian Ministry of Defense announced that volunteers who gave the COVID-19 vaccine are developing immunity to coronavirus.

Russia plans to produce 30 million doses of its first vaccine Covid-19 domestically in 2020, and 170 million doses abroad. According to Kirill Dmitriyev, CEO of the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF), five countries have already expressed interest in producing the vaccine.

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