Mangoes during covid 19

Various attached mangoes are already available and others will in due course of summer.

I want to know from experts, if mangoes are purchased from a vendor who has covid-19 how do we minimise our risk??

Sorry want to go with worst case scenario and have protection more  

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Fruits are very good for health we keep it in little Althi power water and put one drop vinegar inthe water after taking it out washit again keep tt ina oper and make it dry other wise re move water from clothes if you brought more One cut it in centre pen keep that side . It won't spoil fast . more  
Any fruit whether we have covid R Not, always soak in the water with the pinch of the salt for few finutes & rewash it with good water.. 100% safe more  
GEvng Ji.. Its very important that while we bring vegitables/fruits at home,, we are to use to bring in a bucket since easy to wash so as we avoid the spread of Corona virus.. Wash vegitable//fruits in the mixture of two liters water adding 10 gms normal salt,, juice of half lemon and only "One" gram Bleeching powder for 4-5 minutes.. Then wash with fresh water 2-3 times. And then dry up to use//cook//eat.. In my opinion,, its more advantageous to bring vegs in bucket rather then to bring in poly bags or bags.. I am sure,, U all shall agree.. Great regards.. Jai Hind.. Yours well wisher.. Mob No.9971658489 more  
You minimise the risk 100%, Ms Reeta Kumar, by not buying the mango from a vendor who's infected with Covid-19. And also by keeping your urge to eat those mangoes to 0%. more  
Soak mango or any other eatable in luke warm water with added a pinch of salt for 10 minutes to get it free from contamination. No harm in enjoying mangos. more  
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