NASA taking special care for coronavirus in space …This will shock you!

NASA and other space agencies have taken stringent measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus for astronauts. Microgravity affects the immune system and infects astronauts with the virus.
Written By Siddhu Manchikanti | Updated: March 20, 2020 17:36 IST
NASA taking special care for coronavirus in space …This will shock you!

Coronavirus is currently making the world sick. The virus has emerged in China and has spread to more than 160 countries around the world. Over 10,000 people have already died in the world due to this corona. More than two million people are affiliated with Corona. America is also trembling for this corona blow. In this state, the US also implements some tough decisions.

 
Against this backdrop, NASA and other space agencies have taken stringent measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus. For astronauts, they are implementing stringent measures so that they can control the deadly virus. Other procedures that astronauts avoid doing to the ISS are also reported in the US space agency. NASA has ordered the astronauts to remain in detention for two weeks before entering space.
 
This will help ensure that they are not sick or ill when they reach the orbiting lab. Microgravity affects the immune system and infects astronauts with the virus. NASA has suspended trips to the facility where astronauts can train before their flight. The agency has asked its own staff to stay home if they feel ill.
 
NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center Stage 3 of Our Agency Response Framework Mandatory telework will take effect immediately until further notice. Central Director Jodi Singer said in a statement. Astronauts in Russia have banned from leaving the Star City Training Center outside Moscow on April 9th. Star City chief Pavel Vlasic confirmed that the quarantine was fast-tracked due to the pandemic.



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