8 FAQs About Coronavirus Answered By a Medical Expert

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#3 Is it safe to get packages?

The vast majority of people have been worried as to whether or not it’s safe to receive and touch their packages. And while the study we already mentioned notes that the virus can remain on paper and cardboard for up to 24 hours, Fauci says again not to worry about this kind of contraction.

“I don’t think we need to get completely obsessed about packages that come in, because those types of surfaces… the virus might live there for a very short time,” Fauci told Noah. “But people say, ‘Should I get a package from a grocery store that says “Made in China”?’ I wouldn’t worry about that. That’s not the issue.”

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  1. I have a question for Dr Fauci. Some young people in my family who have never had children, but plan to, are afraid that the vaccine will change their Dna in a way that will affect their ofspring or future generations. Can you tell me why they are wrong? Why that will not happen.

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