Does Cold Weather Kill Germs?

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Cold weather may kill some germs but it would have to be particularly cold to the point where most people would find it uncomfortable. The flu and colds are some of the diseases that are prevalent when cold weather sets in.
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In foods bacteria cannot be killed by freezing, the cold keeps them
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The cold will rapidly reduce reproduction of the germs and possibly make the germ dormant, this will then increase reproduction again A homefreezer only get to -20* to -30* degrees
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