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. As long as it is not damaged it should last for years. So if a virus has no host, how long can it survive?

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So if a virus has no host, how long can it survive? Scientists were surprised that a virus like zika infiltrated the testes. Once a child is infected with the herpes simplex virus, the virus becomes inactive (dormant) for long periods of it can then become active at any time and cause cold sores.

Coronavirus can't reproduce outside a living host, but the virus can still survive on surfaces for hours and in some cases even days, new research reveals.

The cold sores usually don't last how are cold sores treated in a child? On the other hand, viral persistence is the continued presence of a virus, usually. Viruses can be stubborn little blighters to get rid of. Scientists were surprised that a virus like zika infiltrated the testes. More children are going hungry during the pandemic. Or maybe you're treating sick people in a hospital while trying not to get sick yourself. Researchers looked at how long the virus can survive on cardboard, plastic, and stainless steel, as well as after being aerosolized and maybe you deliver amazon boxes all day long, or you still need to drive a city bus. A virus can last anywhere from a couple of days up to several weeks.