Mask Pledging to Prevent Novel Coronavirus Developed in Portugal

The mask, called MOxAd-Tech, has been for sale since April, but its ability to inactivate the virus has only now been confirmed by a number of tests conducted by the institute.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A partnership between several Portuguese companies and scientific and academic centres has enabled the development of a mask that inactivates the virus that causes Covid-19, endorsed by the João Lobo Antunes Institute of Molecular Medicine (iMM) in Lisbon, according to EFE.

The mask, called MOxAd-Tech, has been for sale since April, but its ability to inactivate the virus has only now been confirmed by a number of tests conducted by the institute, the organizations involved in the project said yesterday.

This protective equipment, which features a coating that neutralizes the virus when it . . .

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