How Long Does Coronavirus Live on Clothes?

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How Long Does Coronavirus Live on Clothes?

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  • Tim says:

    awesome video keep it up bro

  • hawaiiopihi says:

    This video doesn’t answer the question in the title. Do you even have a range? Why haven’t there been research in this? Would think there would be estimates based on fabric types just as the recent study released in surfaces. Please update and advise.

  • earthfoodstv says:

    viruses aren’t alive~

  • Dragon Steamboat says:

    The Huffington Post is not real news.

  • CMkarma 555 says:

    Thanks Dr.Oz I was looking for this on the Internet and I copyright find anything thanks for sharing!!!!!!! 🙏🙏🙏❤️

  • Aliciaek says:

    And? how long lives the virus in the clothing?

  • stefan stoss says:

    only use natural laundry soap or detergent like ” seventh generation ” modernity however nice is the cause of problems 15000 chemical factories in usa are causing mental and physical problems add BORAX to natural detergent slot polyester is great onc e its made but its making require sone of the most toxiic chemicals on the plaanet the new factory built to make it caused terrible heallth problems in the neighbourhood when people demonstrated against it the gov said they ar ementally ill

  • Nuno Orange says:

    Do ironing the clothes help kill the virus, Dr Oz? Thank you.

  • Linda Lai says:

    Dr. Oz needs to STFU; I’m so sick of him acting like an expert on everything

  • p9948 says:

    The other culprit might be shoes. People spit on the ground. You step in it and later track the stuff into your car then home. Or bedroom as you retire for the night after being to the store. My suggestion is to leave shoes outside when returning from the store. Or wipe them down with vinegar soaked t-shirt when returning home.

  • deenycest10710 says:

    Interesting. So wash my clothes every day on the warmest setting and completely dry them. Do the CDC experts have data to back up their assumptions on cloth fibers and porous material breaking up the RNA molecules of this virus?

    Is there going to be a part two to this where somone answers the question? Was this just click bait for views? Seems misleading and irresponsible in a time of crisis especially when many look to this channel for proper guidance.

  • Outstandable says:

    Stupid world. A virus is not even a living thing… not alive.

  • Uchiba Uki says:

    How long the virus stay on clothes??🤷🏻‍♀️🤷🏻‍♀️ can regular detergents wash out the virus??

  • jmarine79 says:

    Doesn’t answer the damn question..🙁

  • Randy Chavez says:

    UCLA did a study on metals, cardboards, and plastics why they didn’t test fabrics is beyond me! The video doesn’t even answer the question in the title! 😠

  • Fernanda Linares says:

    So basically didn’t say nothing, not even answered the only question

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