National Mobile Phones & Portable Devices Driver

National mobile phones & portable devices drivers
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The virus that causes COVID-19 can survive on surfaces including mobile phones and banknotes for up to four weeks, according to new research.

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Australia's national science agency CSIRO found that Sars-CoV-2 was 'extremely robust' at 20C (68F), or room temperature.

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The study also found that the virus survived longer at lower temperatures.

Researchers said the virus survived longer on smooth surfaces such as glass and stainless steel compared with porous surfaces such as cotton.

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They also found the virus survived longer on paper banknotes than plastic banknotes.

A previous study in The Lancet in April found that SARS-Cov-2 could not be detected on glass or banknotes after four days or seven days for stainless steel.

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The research from CSIRO found the virus was surviving for 28 days.

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However, the research was conducted in a dark area which negates the effects of UV light, as studies have shown direct sunlight can rapidly inactivate the virus.

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Dr Debbie Eagles, deputy director of the Australian Centre for Disease Preparedness, said: 'Our results show that SARS-CoV-2 can remain infectious on surfaces for long periods of time, reinforcing the need for good practices such as regular handwashing and cleaning surfaces.

'At 20 degrees Celsius, which is about room temperature, we found that the virus was extremely robust, surviving for 28 days on smooth surfaces such as glass found on mobile phone screens and plastic banknotes.

'For context, similar experiments for Influenza A have found that it survived on surfaces for 17 days, which highlights just how resilient SARS-CoV-2 is.'

There is uncertainty about surface transmission of the virus.

The virus is mostly transmitted when a person coughs, sneezes or talks.

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Dr Eagles added: 'While the precise role of surface transmission, the degree of surface contact and the amount of virus required for infection is yet to be determined, establishing how long this virus remains viable on surfaces is critical for developing risk mitigation strategies in high contact areas.'

CSIRO chief executive Dr Larry Marshall said its latest research builds on the national science agency's other COVID-19 work such as vaccine testing.

He said: 'Establishing how long the virus really remains viable on surfaces enables us to more accurately predict and mitigate its spread, and do a better job of protecting our people.'

Lifeline Program

The Lifeline program offers discounted telecommunications service for qualified low-income customers. Under the Lifeline program, qualified customers can receive a discount on their monthly wireless telecommunications service.

Available in nine states and Puerto Rico.
T-Mobile is authorized to offer discounts through the Lifeline program in the states listed here:

Florida, Kentucky, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Washington

Lifeline applicants may apply for Lifeline directly through the National Verifier or submit the Lifeline National Verifier Application Form to the Lifeline Support Center. If you have any questions regarding your eligibility, please contact the Lifeline Support Center.

Once you have completed the application process and have received eligibility notification from the National Verifier, please print and submit the T‑Mobile Lifeline Enrollment Form to receive service from T-Mobile.

Texas
Texas residents must apply through the Texas Low Income Discount Administrator. Apply via the online self-enrollment form or by calling 1-866-454-8387. For more information, check out the T‑Mobile Lifeline Brochure for Texas.

Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico residents can get more information and learn how to apply for Lifeline by visiting the T‑Mobile Puerto Rico Lifeline site.
To learn more about the Lifeline program, check out the T‑Mobile Lifeline Brochure.

You will need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the Lifeline and Link Up brochures and applications.

Assurance Wireless is part of the T-Mobile Family.

California

CA residents can get more information about California Lifeline cell service from Assurance Wireless at assurancewireless.com/qualify.

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Pennsylvania Applicants: Pennsylvania consumers with unresolved disputes regarding Lifeline services may contact the Public Utility Commission’s Bureau of Consumer Services at 1-800-692-7380 for assistance in resolving their issues.