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Using Ultraviolet A to Check Inanimate Objects for Thorough Cleanliness during COVID-19 Pandemic

See — Clean surroundings present lesser chances of catching Novel Coronavirus. Ultraviolet A (UVA, black light) flashlights can reveal things which the eye may miss but hardly anything is documented on the internet about UV and Covid-19 Pandemic when it comes to hygiene of inanimate objects. This report explores how one can detect uncleanliness using a UV flashlight. The formulated hypothesis questions several scenarios when this gadget could prove useful. Examples include: schools, workplace, childcare centres, bars, restaurants, hotels, public restrooms, hospitals, elderly homes, public transport and items like gloves and stretchers. Materials and methods: A clean ceramic…
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