COVID RNA Can Survive Up to a Month in Household Dust

Summary by Cindy Olmstead

A new study shows COVID-19's RNA can linger up to a month in household dust.  Just as municipalities have tested wastewater for COVID-19 to determine how widespread the virus might be within their community, scientists think dust monitoring could be done on a smaller scale to test for COVID-19 in nursing homes, hospitals or schools. In addition, testing indoor dust would likely be less expensive than testing wastewater and less invasive than routinely testing individuals. "We wanted to...

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