Why soap is really effective against this virus
Viruses (most of them) consist of RNA (ribonucleic acid, the genetic blueprint), proteins and lipids. All of these are necessary; the lipids mainly for its outer membrane. Soap consists of molecular chains, which are lipophil (liking fat) on one end and hydrophil (liking water) on the other end. The lipophil end attaches to the lipids on the virus’ surface, and after a number are attached the lipids are separated and the virus membrane falls apart and the virus disintegrates.
Thus soap is a really good disinfectant against this virusus, nothing antibacterial or whatever needed.