“Since the finding in 1978, artificially produced UVC has become a staple method of sterilisation – one used in hospitals, airplanes, offices, and factories every day.”
Researchers are now looking at how UVC affects Covid-19 and while there are no completed studies to date, studies have shown that it can be used against other coronaviruses, such as Sars (see study). The radiation warps the structure of their genetic material and prevents the viral particles from making more copies of themselves.
As a result, a concentrated form of UVC is now on the front line in the fight against Covid-19. In China, whole buses are being lit up by the ghostly blue light each night, while squat, UVC-emitting robots have been cleaning floors in hospitals. Banks have even been using the light to disinfect their money."
Warning: ‘UVC exposure to the skin or eyes can cause both short term injury and long term health effects, this may include burns, eye injuries and an increased risk of skin cancer or cataracts’. Keep out of reach of children.