India must use an innovative antiseptic disinfectant, which was originally developed for the Israeli Defense Forces to deal with biological warfare, in order to protect its public places in its fight against the highly contagious coronavirus, according to a media report.
The solution developed by the Israeli Institute for Biological Research (IIBR), an organization that works under the supervision of the Prime Minister’s Office and the Ministry of Defense and is at the forefront of efforts to develop a pandemic vaccine of coronavirus, is distributed by an Israeli company Tera Novell.
Tera Novell will transfer solution, as part of a confidentiality agreement for the unique compound believed to facilitate cardinal disinfection of airports, hospitals, the public transportation system and more, to its Indian distributor Zhiva Innovations Biotech, reported Sunday the Jerusalem Post.
The new solution has been found to disinfect the surfaces of 100% of bacteria, viruses (including coronaviruses), molds and fungi, and remains active for a long time after being sprayed in a manner that is safe for the public, according to The report.
Before signing the cooperation agreement with India, the technology had been successfully tested in several public places in Israel, particularly those at high risk of being infected, he added.
The disinfection process was carried out in collaboration with Tera Novel, who holds exclusive marketing rights to a variety of IIBA products, including the sterile WT product, which was developed for the military to use against biological warfare , offering complete disinfection of wet products. surfaces and places.
With the COVID-19 pandemic posing a serious threat, Tera Novel has changed its focus to find targeted and innovative solutions to prevent the spread and infection of the new coronavirus in public institutions, according to the report.
“This is a breakthrough for the environmental war against the coronavirus and, in fact, any other virus or pollutant. The antiseptic provides maximum protection while completely killing the virus and can be used on vertical and horizontal wet surfaces.
“These features make it ideal for use anywhere, whether in public places and institutions, tourist spots, sports facilities or for home use,” said Keren Cohen Hazon, CEO of Tera Novel, in the Jerusalem Post.
“I am confident that advanced technology will be able to assist India in the stubborn war against the coronavirus,” said Hazon.
India, like many other countries, is under the influence of the coronavirus and has so far reported 5,488,318 cases with 16,475 deaths, according to data from the Indian Union Ministry of Health.
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