Can food packaging spread Covid-19? Unlikely, but possible.
Can food spread Covid-19? In Shenzhen, China, health authorities said a sample batch of chicken wings imported from Brazil tested positive for the virus. (The wings probably didn’t get nasal swabs.) But to actually infect someone, the virus would have to survive freezing and then defrosting. It would have to get on someone’s hand, and then into their nose or mouth. And then still survive. Unlikely, but possible, an epidemiologist tells Bloomberg.