Mining and Metals

Doctor Copper: this Canadian mining company explains how the red metal fights COVID-19

The anti-bacterial quality of copper surfaces kills virus-spreading bugs. Image: Photo by Nicola Fioravanti on Unsplash

Don Lindsay

President and Chief Executive Officer, Teck Resources

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When placed on an antimicrobial surface, E. coli O157:H7 dies off slowly at first, then succumbs rapidly.

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