Can UV Light Prevent the Spread of Coronavirus Disease?
The world is now fighting the coronavirus pandemic, a report by South Florida Caribbean News observes, which has ravaged and made lives difficult. Besides social distancing, wearing masks, using sanitizers, and introducing the vaccine to combat the virus, technology is now taking shape to curb the virus. Experts are now using UV light to help in fighting the virus. Ultraviolet rays (UVs) are more potent than radio waves and light but weaker than X-rays. They help in combating the virus’s spread. Where do UV rays come from? These rays can be natural from the sunlight or artificial through human-made…
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