Survival of surrogate coronaviruses in water (2009)

This study was motivated by previous reports that faecal contaminated liquid droplets are a potential vehicle for the spread of viruses such as SARS-CoV. This study evaluated survival of two surrogate coronaviruses: transmissible gastroenteritis (TGEV) and mouse hepatitis (MHV) The test waters used in this study included: Reagent-grade water, produced by treatment with reverse osmosisContinue reading “Survival of surrogate coronaviruses in water (2009)”