- The World Health Organization says that disinfectant becomes inactive due to dust and dirt
- Trial of 8 vaccines of Corona is going on all over the world, on 110 development stage
May 17, 2020, 09:51 AM IST
Geneva. The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that spraying disinfectants in the open does not kill coronaviruses, but is dangerous to people's health.
WHO stated that spray or fumigation of disinfectant in the streets and markets does not benefit because it becomes dormant due to dust and dirt. It is also not necessary that all the surfaces are covered with chemical spray and its effect will remain as long as it is necessary to eliminate germs.
Spraying directly on a person can cause serious illnesses.
WHO says that under any circumstances spray of disinfectant should not be done on a person. This can cause physical and mental harm. By doing this, the risk of spreading the virus through an infected person is also not reduced. Chlorine and other poisonous chemicals can cause eye and skin problems. Difficulty in breathing and stomach-intestinal diseases can also occur.
Disinfectant should be cleaned with wet cloth
Spray and fumigation should not be done directly in the indoor area, but rather by soaking a cloth or wipe and cleaning it. Coronavirus can occur on the surface of individual objects and places of functioning. There is no accurate information on how long it can last.
Trial of 8 vaccines of Corona released
Coronavirus vaccines are in operation worldwide. US President Donald Trump said recently that by the end of this year, we will prepare the corona vaccine. China's health officer Zhang Wenhong said on Saturday that the vaccine may be available by March next year. According to the WHO, clinical trials are underway for 8 corona vaccines worldwide, while 110 vaccines are at different stages of development.