Die, Virus, Die: Vietnamese Team Invents Mobile Sterilisation Chamber

What a brilliant invention!

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Die, Virus, Die: Vietnamese Team Invents Mobile Sterilisation Chamber

The virus is not getting away this time.

The current COVID-19 situation has forced humans to take extreme measures.

Just like this group of Vietnamese researchers.

Sterialisation on the go

The team, from the Institute of Occupational Health and Environment in Vietnam, has created a mobile sterilisation chamber which, they claim, can eliminate up to 90 per cent of the viruses and bacteria on a person’s body.

The project was done in collaboration with the Hanoi University of Technology.

What an awesome invention, we have to say.
According to a report by Vietnam Times, once a person enters the chamber, an ionised saline solution mist will be sprayed onto a person’s body for disinfecting purposes.

The person just needs to stand inside the chamber for 15 to 20 seconds to get the ionised saline solution sprayed onto their whole body.

The solution is not harmful, even for those with sensitive skin.

What’s more, the person who is getting disinfected will be 'serenaded' with a “Coronavirus” song while being sprayed.


Killing germs and bacteria on the go.
The chamber, which has now been installed in hospitals in Vietnam, can disinfect up to 1,000 people a day.

Well done, you guys! We hope you could export some over to Malaysia soon, because we definitely need them.

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