Killing the coronavirus works best with soap, says Med School’s Scott Frank

Coronavirus Questions Answered: Can An Instant Pot Kill The Coronavirus?

Ideasteam: Scott Frank, director of public health initiatives at the School of Medicine’s Department of Population and Quantitative Health Sciences, answered questions about protective measures people can take against COVID-19 with common household items, saying that soap and water—employed in a sink or in a washing machine—works well for washing fabric masks, and the temperature of the water doesn’t matter: It’s the soap that’s important.