Fabric Capable of Neutralizing Coronavirus Developed in Brazil

The production of 600,000 pieces of the antiviral fabric per month is expected, including masks, gowns, and hospital uniforms.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A partnership between the National Industrial Learning Service (SENAI), Bio-Manguinhos (Fiocruz unit), and Diklatex has enabled the development of a fabric capable of neutralizing the novel coronavirus.

Preliminary tests were conducted in early June and showed that the fabric samples were capable of inactivating over 99.9 . . .

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