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Getting lots of fresh warm air and sunshine and avoiding air conditioning and cold dry air will help us in avoiding this viral infection.






Getting lots of fresh warm air and sunshine and avoiding air conditioning and cold dry air will help us in avoiding this viral infection.

Scientists hypothesize that low humidity, which often occurs in winter, might impair the function of the mucus in your nose, which your body uses to trap and expel foreign bodies like viruses or bacteria. Cold, dry air can make that normally gooey mucus drier and less efficient at trapping a virus.


Ian Lipkin, director of the Columbia University's Center for Infection and Immunity, has been studying the novel coronavirus. He says sunlight, which is less abundant in winter, can also help break down viruses that have been transmitted to surfaces.

“UV light breaks down nucleic acid. It almost sterilizes [surfaces]. If you’re outside, it’s generally cleaner than inside simply because of that UV light,” he says.


Getting lots of fresh warm air and sunshine and avoiding air conditioning and cold dry air will help us in avoiding this viral infection


Cold, dry air can make that normally gooey mucus drier and less efficient at trapping a virus.

Thanks to Mr Zulfikar


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