Brazil Develops Plastic That Inactivates Novel Coronavirus Within Minutes

Brazil is the Portuguese-speaking country most impacted by the pandemic and one of the most affected in the world, ranking second in terms of number of deaths (more than 4.3 million cases and 132,006 deaths), behind the United States.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The material, made of polyethylene and with silver and silica microparticles, was able to eliminate 99.84 percent of the novel coronavirus particles after two minutes of contact.

Handles, elevator call buttons, and even touch-sensitive cell screens will no longer be able to transmit the novel coronavirus . . .

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