bedspread. Tuesday , July 24th , 2018 - 14:43:57 PM
Can you catch swine flu from your hotel bed ? Not likely. You would have to lie down and put your face into a deposit of swine flu virus within minutes of an infected person lying there. But, if you should happen to come into contact with a damp spot of infected bodily fluids, well then it is very possible.
Along with bedspreads and pillows, soft throws and classy duvets are another fantastic addition for your bedroom. These bedding accessories come in a variety of colors, so you can opt according to the rest of your bedroom interior. Choosing durable material for the cover of throws or duvets will be a valuable choice for long-term use. Choosing luxurious material for these bedding accessories will provide a lavish look to your room. Moreover, selecting an eye-catching color scheme according to your bedroom interior is also very important which can bring a warm and welcoming environment. Since, these accessories of bedding are available in almost inexhaustible color combination and variation, so they can easily be bought in matching colors with the rest of bedding accessories.
So what about swine flu ? Swine flu virus or the rhinoviruses that cause colds, needs living cells to stay alive. Without these cells, found in bodily fluids like blood,mucous or saliva, viruses have a short lifespan, between a few seconds and 48 hours, depending on the surface. Viruses tend to live longer on nonporous surfaces, like doorknobs, than on porous surfaces, like fabrics. But if the fabric is dampened with enough fluid, mucous, saliva or fecal matter, the virus may persist for much longer periods.
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