Lysol Spray to Combat COVID-19 Spread Has Been Approved By EPA
The Environmental Protection Agency approves Lysol Spray to protect against deadly COVID-19.
Coronavirus cases are increasing with a greater threat level. Multiple companies are introducing sanitizers and disinfectants and are claiming their effectiveness but only the EPA has approved the safe use of authorized sanitizers and disinfectants. According to EPA testing, the Lysol Spray has been found effective against the virus.
These disinfectants kill the virus after two minutes of the application when applied to a rigid and non-porous surface.
The effectiveness of several disinfectants and has shown that the Lysol disinfectants can kill 99.9% of the viruses on any surface.
Due to the outbreak of coronavirus, investigators are focusing on sanitizers and disinfectants but no studies have shown that how long can coronavirus stays on any surface, therefore, it is still unpredictable which disinfectant will work enough to wipe out the virus from the surface.
No matter how long, but the coronavirus can stay alive on various surfaces and when someone touches any particular surface which has the virus on it, it will immediately enter the body if the person touches his/her eyes, nose, face, or mouth.
To cease the disease, all we can do is to stop the transmission of these viral pathogens from surfaces to persons. For this purpose, various disinfectants have proved themselves effective when applied regularly to various surfaces.