IS THE CORONAVIRUS COMMITTED BY MEAT AND FOOD?

IS THE CORONAVIRUS COMMITTED BY MEAT AND FOOD?


Although most of us stop eating from the restaurant after the new type of coronavirus epidemic, ready-made food consumption is still in the lives of many of us. Today, one of the most curious issues about coronavirus is whether there is a risk of contamination from food. The Irish Food Safety Authority, conducting a research on this subject, announced that the coronavirus, which needs a carrier, namely a human, to live, cannot hold on to food, so there is no risk of passing from food to human. The Disease Control Center (CDC) announced that there is no evidence that the coronavirus was transmitted to humans through food, including raw foods. In addition, the SARS virus is known to die when exposed to 60 degrees of heat for half an hour. Cooking food in this way can kill the coronavirus, which is a member of the SARS virus family.


Is It Risky to Order Food

If the packaging of the food you order in your home has caused you to be in doubt, you can wipe it well before you take it home. The most important thing you should pay attention to while doing this process is that the disinfectants used in the wiping process do not come into contact with food and skin. In addition, fruits and vegetables should be washed thoroughly before consumption, and if there is a contactless delivery option, they should be preferred. Although the statement that there is no evidence that the new type of coronavirus is transmitted to humans from food or food packaging is made by the FDA (American Food and Drug Administration), there is a possibility that the virus lives on the surface. Although the virus lives on the surface, it is not yet clear how many days it can live. However, the coronavirus family is metal, glass, plastic, etc. it was featured in an article where there is a possibility of living for 9 days on surfaces.

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