这么消毒人会没事?

ruikosta
楼主 (北美华人网)
大连湾。大连高风险核心区 在消毒。大家看吧。我是吓一跳 。啥毒能抗住这样喷 !我觉得人也扛不住。 整个空气得啥味啊。


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ruikosta
号称的这个村有一个疑似就这样?


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梅干茶泡饭
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8558121/Spray-costs-pennies-kills-viruses-instantly-simple-solution-Covid-nightmare.html
Spray that costs pennies and kills viruses instantly could be a simple, cheap solution to Britain's Covid nightmare - as scientists ask why we're not already using it People in Japan with giant cylinders on their backs are spraying the streets They are covering trains, classrooms, restaurants and bars in hypochlorous acid It is 100 times more effective as disinfectant than bleach, killing viruses instantly Whether they’re in ChinaHong Kong or Japan, they’ve become a familiar sight: men with giant cylinders on their backs spraying everything around them. Lampposts, train carriages, classrooms, railings, restaurants, bars, shops, airports, entrances to hospitals, schools, government buildings – they are all targets. And it seems to have paid off in the fight to tame Covid-19. Or, at least, it’s played a vital role in curbing the spread of the virus and helping to unlock those countries from their respective coronavirus shutdowns. But what exactly are they spraying? And why, if it’s so effective, aren’t we doing something similar here? The answer to the first question is rather more straightforward than finding an explanation for the second one. What’s being sprayed is hypochlorous acid – known more widely as HOCl. It is 100 times more effective as a disinfectant than bleach, killing germs and viruses instantly.  Yet it’s free of potentially harmful additives: non-toxic, cheap to produce, easy to use and completely safe for humans. You simply spray HOCl, which appears like water, on your hands, clothes, or surfaces. Scientists, doctors and healthcare experts want to know why it is not being deployed in this country more widely.  It took until this week for the Government to give the green light to official trials in Britain. One suggestion is that when theatres open on August 1, audience members could be sprayed with the disinfectant by walking through metal detector-style arches on their way into venues. ‘We should have used HOCl from the very start. It would have made a huge difference – but it’s still not too late,’ said Dr Darren Reynolds, professor in Health and Environment at the University of the West of England, in Bristol. HOCl has been previously described as ‘the gold standard by which all antiviral, antibacterial agents must now be compared’.  It was in early March that HOCl was confirmed as being instrumental in containing the spread of Covid-19 in South Korea. At the end of their shifts, frontline workers at drive-through corona testing stations were ‘stepping fully clothed into a small portable booth called the Clean Zone , in which they were showered in hypochlorous acid disinfectant This practice is known as ‘fogging’ or ‘misting’ and is something the HOCl Trust – a charity set up in 2016 to inform and educate the general public about the benefits of hypochlorous acid – believes could play a huge role in avoiding a second spike of the disease. And it would be cheap. HOCl can be made by dissolving in water a readily available man-made compound called sodium dichloroisocyanurate, the main ingredient of chlorination tablets. ‘We fog our dental practice at regular intervals during the day and I can’t understand why it is not more widely used,’ said James McDonald, a partner at Dutch Barton Dental, in Bradford-on-Avon in Somerset. The hand-held fogging machine in his practice looks like a leaf-blower, but fogging tunnels have become commonplace in the East. They look like airport scanners but have a pressure pad on the floor that triggers a fine mist of HOCl as people walk through. A company called Trimite distributes sanitising fogging tunnels in the UK under the name of ShieldMe.  They are made by a company called Naffco in Dubai, where they are seen at bus stops, train stations, in airports and in the foyers of cinemas. ‘The potential of fogging with hypochlorous acid is huge,’ said David Roberts, chairman of Trimite. ‘We are currently in discussions with some Premiership rugby and football clubs – and we think our three-man tunnels are the solution for bringing spectators back into stadiums. ‘There will be some queuing but it will take no longer to walk through a fogging tunnel than it will to go through a turnstyle where you have to show your ticket.’ Mr Roberts has tried approaching the NHS about installing fogging tunnels at the entrances to hospitals but without success: ‘I could pull my hair out dealing with the NHS. They have got to get some commercial people in who understand a supply chain.’ Professor Reynolds told the Mail he got as far as making contact with the relevant office at the Department of Health and suggested HOCl could be made cheaply and in vast quantities but it came to nothing. ‘I got a call back and was told that it would be discussed but that was it,’ he said. ‘There seems to be an inherent resistance to new ideas. Our inability to respond quickly to innovation is deeply frustrating.’ Tania Wedin, a trustee of the HOCl Trust, last week finally succeeded in getting the attention of NHS England’s PPE-reuse team but was told that ‘further testing will be required to positively prove the efficacy of the fogging process specifically against gowns, masks and eyewear, particularly at the scale of decontamination that we are interested in’. Meanwhile, the NHS team acknowledged it is a ‘promising concept’ and is looking at it as a potential ‘innovative solution’. But Miss Wedin said she is not holding her breath. She said: ‘The NHS now has a duty to have the necessary testing done and routinely use HOCl. ‘Then, should a second wave be apparent, or a future pandemic, HOCl will be immediately available for frontline key workers to protect themselves, saving the NHS money, and, more importantly, reducing the cost in lives.’
你怎么看
次氯酸,弱酸性。分解变成盐酸,是不是污染性大?
梅干茶泡饭
次氯酸,弱酸性。分解变成盐酸,是不是污染性大?
你怎么看 发表于 2020-08-01 20:34

我不太清楚
不过欧洲这边lockdown的时候也是拼命喷 意大利大街小巷的喷
欧盟这么重视环保。。。所以我觉得应该危害在可以接受的范围内吧

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erniuth
大连湾这么村的吗。。。 不过这种消毒也就场面好看吧?实际能有用?
你怎么看
大连湾这么村的吗。。。 不过这种消毒也就场面好看吧?实际能有用?
erniuth 发表于 2020-08-01 20:48

应该有一定的作用,附着物和气溶胶里的都能杀死吧。但是不能解决根本性的人传人
刘晓庆
房子盖的可真是难看

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djmiss
加州也用飞机喷过啊,一般是凌晨,会提前通知建议最好呆在家里
nevergetlost
加州也用飞机喷过啊,一般是凌晨,会提前通知建议最好呆在家里
djmiss 发表于 8/1/2020 9:23:06 PM
假消息吧,重灾区都没听说过
facet
大连湾这么村的吗。。。 不过这种消毒也就场面好看吧?实际能有用?
erniuth 发表于 2020-08-01 20:48

英文说了呀,杀毒能力比漂白粉都高效,对人畜和环境基本无害
facet
应该有一定的作用,附着物和气溶胶里的都能杀死吧。但是不能解决根本性的人传人
你怎么看 发表于 2020-08-01 21:18

英文看这段就行了
It is 100 times more effective as a disinfectant than bleach, killing germs and viruses instantly.  Yet it’s free of potentially harmful additives: non-toxic, cheap to produce, easy to use and completely safe for humans. 
facet
加州也用飞机喷过啊,一般是凌晨,会提前通知建议最好呆在家里
djmiss 发表于 8/1/2020 9:23:06 PM
假消息吧,重灾区都没听说过
nevergetlost 发表于 2020-08-02 01:41

假消息,我们就在湾区核心地段,同没听说过,连新闻都没提过
bluelily888
东北话挺有意思
Tianshitama
天挺蓝的