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Your nights are probably much colder, though.
I think 96 hours is too much but it’s recommended and used by a lot of libraries. There doesn’t seem to be much proof that the virus can be contracted from a book or paper.
If it’s in the sun, that kills virus germs quickly.
It depends more on the jet stream than radiative cooling.