Broccoli & Raspberries Could Give You Covid, New Study Finds

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According to a new study by the Food Standards Agency (FSA), Broccoli & Raspberries could carry particles from the COVID-19 virus for an extended period of time.

The laboratory results found that COVID can live on foods with uneven surfaces for as long as a week, which include Broccoli & Raspberries.

Other results found that peppers, bread crust, ham and cheese carried the virus for several days, while most foods test had big drops in virus levels after 24 hours.

Scientists continue to say that the risk for transmission via food remains low.

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