1. Traces of the coronavirus survived 17 days on surfaces of cruise ship  ABC News
  2. How long does coronavirus survive on different surfaces?  The Guardian
  3. CDC clarifies live, infectious virus NOT found 17 days later on Princess ship  Seatrade Cruise News
  4. Coronavirus can survive on surfaces for up to 17 days, experts warn  Mirror Online
  5. View Full coverage on Google News
US health officials clarified that live, infectious SARS-CoV-2 was not found in Diamond Princess cabins up to 17 days after they were vacated.US health officials clarified that live, infectious SARS-CoV-2 was not found in Diamond Princess cabins up to 17 days after they were vacated.

CDC: Live, infectious virus NOT found 17 days later on Princess ship | seatrade-cruise.com

An analysis of the evacuated Diamond Princess cruise ship suggests that the virus can actually survive on surfaces for up to 17 days An analysis of the evacuated Diamond Princess cruise ship suggests that the virus can actually survive on surfaces for up to 17 days

Coronavirus can survive on surfaces for up to 17 days, experts warn - Mirror Online

“Corona Virus can survive on surfaces for 12 hours up to 3 days. Seems like dollar bills and coins can carry the virus. Almost everyone touches money everyday. This seems like the biggest threat after social interactions. Any information about this?”

Mark Schultz🧢 on Twitter: "Corona Virus can survive on surfaces for 12 hours up to 3 days. Seems like dollar bills and coins can carry the virus. Almost everyone touches money everyday. This seems like the biggest threat after social interactions. Any information about this?"

“Remember all the pathetic ignorance about how people could get HIV? With the coronavirus, it actually can be transmitted in those seemingly innocuous ways. Handshakes, hugs, surfaces, coughing, sneezing. Ryan White’s house was firebombed. For a virus few were at risk of getting.”

Curtis Keep Your Social Distance Tate on Twitter: "Remember all the pathetic ignorance about how people could get HIV? With the coronavirus, it actually can be transmitted in those seemingly innocuous ways. Handshakes, hugs, surfaces, coughing, sneezing. Ryan White’s house was firebombed. For a virus few were at risk of getting."

“If we had a president right now, she would take the lectern and say: Please take the coronavirus seriously. Stay at home, if you can. Remain 6 feet apart. Diligently clean all high-touch surfaces. Wash your hands. The only bigger threat to our security than the virus is Trump.”

Lauren Duca on Twitter: "If we had a president right now, she would take the lectern and say: Please take the coronavirus seriously. Stay at home, if you can. Remain 6 feet apart. Diligently clean all high-touch surfaces. Wash your hands. The only bigger threat to our security than the virus is Trump."

“Spray alcohol on common surfaces. 🧪 Alcohol (70-99%) In addition to damaging the integrity of cellular walls, rubbing alcohol also denatures proteins, meaning it can also be used to kill viruses 🦠🔫 on contact. - #Quatantine mind is a calm antivirus workshop. #Coronavirus https://t.co/vuK4fPOP0V”

Harshvardhan Rane on Twitter: "Spray alcohol on common surfaces. 🧪 Alcohol (70-99%) In addition to damaging the integrity of cellular walls, rubbing alcohol also denatures proteins, meaning it can also be used to kill viruses 🦠🔫 on contact. - #Quatantine mind is a calm antivirus workshop. #Coronavirus… https://t.co/vS76XuJiHM"