New ultraviolet radiation called Far-UVC Light has been invented at Columbia University Medical Centre. It kills more than 98% of airborne germs in just 5 minutes.
So even if a new source of bacteria suddenly appears in a room, the danger level is instantly reduced when the ultraviolet light is switched on.
The inventors of the device are confident that their technology can significantly reduce the rate and risk of transmission of airborne diseases (including COVID-19 and influenza.) This, in turn, could help prevent another wave of the pandemic or at least reduce it.
The main benefits of the Far-UVC Light are its ease of use and budget-friendly. In addition, anyone can buy one and install it at home to prevent the spread of any virus. Likewise, unlike the traditional germicidal ultraviolet radiation light, the Far-UVC poses no danger to the skin or eye health, so you can always keep it on. However, this ultraviolet light has a shorter wavelength compared to germicidal light, which means it will not be able to penetrate human cells and can have an even more significant damaging effect on bacteria.
The Far-UVC Light has already been tested by scientists from the universities of Dundee, St. Andrews, and Leeds, confirming its safety and effectiveness.
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