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222-Nanometer Wavelength UV Light Deployed for Safe Restaurant Dining

John Domen at WTOP News reports about how D.C.-area restaurants are safely using 222-nanometer wavelength UV light in dining facilities. As coronavirus cases climb, Mr. Doman reports, the sight of packed restaurants has become a distant memory. In some cases, it’s because customers are leery of eating indoors, and in others, it’s because indoor dining is barred entirely. But the restaurant industry continues trying to adapt and come up with creative ways to keep customers safe. In Virginia, where indoor dining is still allowed right now, a pair of restaurants that are in the Alexandria Restaurant Partners have outfitted…
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