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Wearing a face mask is among the very best ways to stop the spread of the coronavirus, according to hundreds of medical and public health reports that have emerged over the past few weeks. But keeping your mask sanitized has proven to be a challenge—until now that is. You probably assumed that hospitals and laboratories have more advanced technology that allows them to sterilize anything and everything better than you ever could at home. But there are brand-new sanitation devices that are changing that. New UV light products are available for home use, using ultraviolet-C (UV-C) light to disinfect regular household items like phones, keys, wallets, and, yes, even face masks.
Hospitals have long used far UV-C light—a specific range of ultraviolet light that is germicidal—to kill airborne germs, emphasis on the far because there is an important distinction in the types of UV-C light. Near UV-C light, also known as "germicidal ultraviolet light," can be a health hazard to the skin and eyes. By contrast, far UV-C light has been found to efficiently kill pathogens without harm to human cells or tissues. Recent research in particular has shown that far UV-C light can efficiently and safely inactivate airborne human coronaviruses. Now, that technology can be used at home.
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