China’s central bank said in February it was disinfecting and isolating used banknotes using UV lights in its efforts to combat the coronavirus.
The most emblematic theatre in Spain incorporates Ultraviolet C disinfection product.
Airlines could soon have another tool to help disinfect their airplanes and protect passengers from the coronavirus.
Lingnan University (LU) jointly launched “Project Ultra Violite” with NGOs to provide a free, efficient UV disinfection service for 1,000 subdivided flats.
Westmoreland County is going high-tech in its efforts to disinfect county facilities amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Ultraviolet light has a long history as a disinfectant and the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which causes COVID-19, is readily rendered harmless by UV light.
A condominium complex in Margate has become the first in the state to install ultraviolet light sanitizing technology, according to a news release.
Disinfecting has taken on new importance during the pandemic, with ultraviolet C (UV-C) on the frontline. UV-C is a wavelength that damages a virus’s DNA and RNA, causing it to stop replicating and die.
Ultraviolet light has been used to stop pathogens in their tracks for decades. But does it work against SARS-CoV-2, the virus behind the pandemic?
The short answer is yes.
New York-JetBlue is testing out ultraviolet cleaning technology aboard its aircraft to fight the spread of coronavirus.
United Airlines will clean the flight decks of its planes with ultraviolet light, which will sanitize the cockpits