Winter cancer affects around a half million people around Swabia, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea, usually one or three days of being healthy.
"Our published results indicate that the virus can also last for many hours in the air," says Jakob Löndahle, senior lecturer in Aerosol Technology at Lund University of Technology, forskning.se.
Better advice to stop the spread of infections
When the research expires in 2021, the results will provide more photos on cancer in the winter. It seems that the virus is continuing through the air, opening more opportunities for the spread of infections.
– Good ventilation, air purification and hygiene practices for hospital staff. For example, we can close the doors and lower the lid to clean the toilet. Hospitals also imagine respiratory protection in susceptible ventilation, in accordance with vomiting and diarrhea, says Jakob Löndahle.