March 28, 2024

New Study Shows 222nm Far-UVC Light Markedly Reduces the Level of Infectious Airborne Virus in Occupied Room

A new study published in Nature, demonstrates that 222 nm far-UVC light can reduce airborne infectious MNV by 99.8%, suggesting high effectiveness in inactivating airborne pathogens potentially without harm to exposed humans or animals. This study is the first to directly demonstrate far-UVC anti-microbial efficacy against airborne pathogens in an occupied indoor location, marking a significant step towards using this technology in public health.

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