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First, there’s the bad news: “This virus is quite transmissible through relatively casual contact, making this pathogen very hard to contain,” said James Lloyd-Smith, a professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at UCLA who recently co-authored a study about how long COVID-19 lasts on certain surfaces. However, here’s the good news: Because coronaviruses in general are enveloped, their flimsy shell makes them easily destroyed by disinfectants, medical and science experts say. 

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Sometimes, we get lazy with regularly cleaning our house clean. But developing good habits goes a long way for a more organized and cleaner household. Specially now that there’s a pandemic going on, and we really don’t know which is our enemy since we can’t really see it physically, when it will end, and how. It’s always better if we keep safe beforehand with the virus by staying clean.