"But you get outside and it cuts down to a minute and a half, very significant difference when it when it gets hit with UV rays", he said.
The government also cautioned the nation against the idea.
He said: "The virus is dying at a much more rapid pace just from exposure to higher temperatures and just from exposure to humidity", and added that having more knowledge about this could help governors make decisions about how and when to open their state economies. The researchers are also experimenting with the effects of other disinfectants on the virus, Bryan added.
When a reporter suggested that Trump's proposed treatments might be risky, letting "people think they would be safe by going outside in the heat considering that so many people are dying in Florida", Trump pivoted to another of his regular briefing themes: attacking the news media.
Trump then suggested some sort of disinfectant injections, saying "I see that the disinfectant knocks it out in a minute, is there a way we can do something like that, an injection inside, nearly a cleaning, because you see it gets inside the lungs, and it does a tremendous number of... are you going to test that ... you're going to have to use medical doctors, but it sounds interesting". So it would be interesting to check that.
He then turned to Birx saying: "I think you said that hasn't been checked but you're going to test it". "But it sounds - it sounds interesting to me".
Seeking affirmation of his opinion, Trump turned to Dr. Deborah Birx, the White House coronavirus response coordinator.
On Friday, the Food and Drug Administration warned that people should not take chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19 outside of a hospital or formal clinical trial, citing reports of "serious heart rhythm problems".
'Unimaginable human tragedy' in Europe's care homes
The UN agency is concerned about an increase in cases in the eastern part of its zone, especially in Russia, Turkey and Ukraine. Those who have disabilities such as dementia are more vulnerable as they have difficulties understanding advice, Kluge said.
It showed that the virus's half-life - the time taken for it to reduce to half its amount - was 18 hours when the temperature was 70 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit (21 to 24 degrees Celsius) with 20% humidity on a non-porous surface.
On Thursday William Bryan, from the Department of Homeland Security, said there are "emerging results" from new research that suggest solar light has a powerful effect in killing COVID-19 on surfaces and in the air. He said scientists have seen a similar effect from higher temperatures and humidity.
Bryan said this testing was done at DHS' advanced bio containment lab in Maryland, just outside the national capital.
More than 874,000 people in the United States are confirmed to have been infected, and over 49,600 have died due to the CCP virus. "Are you ready? I hope people enjoy the sun, and if it has an impact, that's great". "And if heat is good, and if sunlight is good, that's a great thing as far as I'm concerned".
DHS and the White House coronavirus task force will continue to look at how the virus in saliva and how it reacts to other disinfectants.
As the pandemic has spread to countries experiencing hot weather, including Australia and Iran, some groups have investigated whether the warmer summer season would slow the virus.
When the virus is exposed to sunlight, in addition to temperatures above 75 degrees with a humidity of about 80%, it can die in minutes. And we're able to measure the decay of that virus while it's suspended in the air.
It was scheduled for repairs in China, but it docked in Japan instead due to the coronavirus outbreak. Nagasaki city official Kaori Matsuo said so far there has been no report of anyone showing symptoms.
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Lawyers for the duchess say the letter's publication was a misuse of private information and breached her copyright. It denies the allegations - particularly the claim that the letter was presented in a way that changed its meaning.
World Health Organization officials have denied this and China insists it has been transparent and open. The novel coronavirus is believed to have emerged in such a market in Wuhan late previous year .
Seven new cases of COVID-19 were reported across the state on Thursday with more than 7300 tests completed. To find your local COVID-19 clinic, head to the NSW, Victoria or Queensland Government websites.
Every health region in the province has patients with COVID-19, including the Interior Health region with 158. To date, 1,114 people who had tested positive for COVID-19 have recovered and no longer require isolation.
Deborah Birx , response coordinator of the coronavirus task force , treated the question seriously during the briefing, however. Trump made this comment following a presentation on how sunlight and disinfectant affect the coronavirus.
Several states, including West Virginia, Hawaii and Montana, are projected to be able to safely reopen in early May. Georgia, which is planning to relax social distancing guidelines starting Friday, is one of the 18 states.
Even before the coronavirus pandemic, one of the many challenges facing long-term care facilities was staffing shortages. The province plans to release its framework for reopening Ontario early next week, Premier Doug Ford announced Friday.
Whitmer extends stay home order to May 15
The good news for many who have been opposed to the order, is that this new order has also lifted some restrictions. She has also been mentioned as a potential running mate for presumed Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.