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Sanitizing portals key to reopen after COVID-19 outbreak

Normally, a vaccine takes 18 to 24 months due to the number of clinical trials it must pass before being made available for the public.  That means that a vaccine for the coronavirus known as COVID-19 will not be ready until 2021.  In the meantime, world leaders are looking to reopen more businesses because the economy is in its worst recession since the Great Depression of the 1930’s.

The problem is that not only there is not a vaccine for COVID-19, there is not even a uniform test for the coronavirus that has been deemed legitimate by the Food and Drug Administration.  Plus, there are not enough tests to test each and every person on this planet.

Nevertheless, sanitizing portals may be the key to reopening the economy.  In Mexico City, disinfectant portals are being used throughout the city because social distancing is impossible in Mexico’s capital due to their immense population density.

The portals spray a bleach/water mix upon anyone who walks through them.  Check out how the portals work in the video below.

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  1. Technically the FDA doesn’t approve tests for illness. That would be the CDC.

    the reality of an airborne pathogen is that it is airborne. So cleaning the skin and externally visible areas of the body, doesn’t solve the problem.

    We are in a sad situation, where what we know is still less than what we think.

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