How Covid-19 spreads
COVID-19 can easily spread between people, especially indoors and poorly ventilated spaces. When an infected person coughs, sneezes or speaks loudly, up to millions of invisible virus particles are released into the surroundings via respiratory droplets, where they can remain infectious for days. While the larger droplets settle on all nearby surfaces, smaller droplets can remain suspended for up to 20 minutes in the air or up to 48 hours on surfaces indoors. Others can catch COVID-19 when these infected droplets get into their mouth, nose or eyes.
These spikes attach to the negatively charged walls of a host cell that forms a bridge that enables the virus to enter the host cell and thus infects it.
The technology to contain coronavirus lies in disabling this bridge - the S-Protein of the virus.
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The negatively charged electrons neutralize the positively charged S-proteins in the air and on surfaces, eliminating the bridge between the virus and the human cells