PublicNews18: Corona Virus You can eliminate Corona Virus by UV light.
There are three types of UV in sunlight. The first is Corona Virus which is based on many of the ultra-violet rays that reach the surface of the earth. It is capable of embedding in the skin and is said to have 80% of its ability to aging the skin from wrinkles to facial scars.
Dean Arnold laughs, “You really have to fry people.”
Arnold works at UV Light Technology, which provides sterilization equipment to hospitals, pharmaceuticals and food companies in the UK. Recently, when the global concerns about Cod-19 reached its peak, they received very unusual requests.
He said: ‘We received an inquiry from a person about our appliances saying:’ Why don’t we take your UV light and put it on the supermarket door and people inside Before you enter, stand a few seconds below it. ‘
Among the many health-promoting tips on the internet, sterilizing your body, clothing and other items with UV light has proven to be the most popular. According to reports, a college in Thailand has built a UV tunnel through which students disinfect themselves.
So is this a good way to disinfect yourself with Cod-19? And is it true that the new Corona virus hates the sun and sunlight kills it immediately, as reported by some on social media?
In short words the answer is: no. And below we will explain why.
There are three types of UV in sunlight. The first is UVA, which is based on many of the ultra-violet rays that reach the surface of the earth. It is capable of embedding in the skin and is said to have 80% of its ability to aging the skin from wrinkles to facial scars.
Next up is UVB, which can destroy the DNA in our skin, causing sunburn (sunburn) and eventually cancer.
Recently scientists have also discovered that UVAs can do the same. There is good information about both and both can be avoided by applying good creams.
There is also a third type and that is UVC. The wavelength or wavelength of this relatively high opacity light is small and very powerful.
It is useful in destroying genetic material, whether in humans or in viral particles. Fortunately most of us have never encountered it. And that is because the ozone in the atmosphere filters it out before it reaches the ground and penetrates our delicate skin.
And that was at least until scientists discovered that they could control UVC to kill germs.
After its discovery in 1878, artificial UVC has become a common method of sterilization, which is used daily in hospitals, ships, offices and factories.
The most important thing is that drinking water is also very important for sanitizing as some parasites are immune to chemical pesticides such as chlorine. Therefore, its importance grows.
Although no research has yet been done to show how effective UVC can be, especially against Cod-19, studies have shown that it can be used against cirrhosis such as CARS.
Radiation encapsulates the genetic material of the viral particles and prevents them from making further copies.