(Sorry the YouTube video is no longer available. I suppose making what I thought was one way to help reduce catching viruses and bacteria went against the YouTube community policy. The removal occurred in June 2020.)

I placed copper tape, the kind that gardners use to protect their plants from slugs and snails, on my door knobs, faucet handles, refrigerator handles and other high traffic contact items.

Ancient civilizations recognize copper as a material that cultures across the globe have known as vital to our health for more than 5,000 years. When flu virus, bacteria like E. coli, superbugs like MRSA, or coronaviruses land on most surfaces, they can live for up to 3 to 5 days. But when they land on copper, and copper alloys like brass, they begin to die within minutes and are undetectable within hours. Viruses are not actually alive so when I say die, it means, it's been rendered harmless.

โ€œWeโ€™ve seen viruses just blow apart,โ€ says Bill Keevil, professor of environmental healthcare at the University of Southampton. โ€œThey land on copper and it just degrades them.โ€

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