The COVID-19 coronavirus could last up to two years at below freezing temperatures if it is similar to coronaviruses from the same family, according to a medical expert from the Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi.
How long can coronaviruses survive in a freezer? Up to two years, warns expert
Chickens in a freezer. (File photo: Reuters)
Tommy Hilton, Al Arabiya English
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