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A Review of Recent Evidence for Utilizing Ultraviolet Irradiation Technology to Disinfect Both Indoor Air and Surfaces

Farhad Memarzadeh at the National Institutes of Health published a paper in Applied Biosafety reviewing the implementation of “no-touch” technologies such as ultraviolet (UV)-based sanitizers to effectively disinfect the air and high-touch surfaces may be important to keeping working environments and indoor public gathering places, where there may be a higher risk of infection from specific agents, safe for all occupants, particularly with the emergence of highly communicable diseases. UV technologies have been used for many years and are being revisited as one of disinfecting technology to address the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19. See
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