A team from the Canadian University of Toronto succeeded in making a mask that can kill the new corona virus by 99%, as they were able to manufacture a mask containing paint across its external surface capable of killing 99% of the Corona virus in minutes.
Scientists conducted this muzzle several experiments to test its quality, and they found that it can successfully disrupt and kill the virus, according to US radio "Wayon".

"The muzzle has proven to be able to eliminate the Corona virus and protect the respiratory system in an effective way," said Pierre Jean Messier, chief executive of the Canadian company "Triumed", which designed the muzzle.

Jean Messier added: "The company spent years and millions of dollars developing this antimicrobial technology."

Scott Gray Owen, of the Department of Molecular Genetics at the College of Medicine in Toronto, said: "Scientists have found that the new Corona virus, is still stuck on the outer coating of the muzzle, but it has become non-infectious and has no effect on humans." Noting that the research team repeated those tests Most of the time the result was the same.

The Canadian company intends to put that new mask on sale, at a price of up to $ 5.



Homemade masks are not medical devices and are not regulated like medical masks and respirators:

  • they have not been tested to recognized standards
  • the fabrics are not the same as used in surgical masks or respirators
  • the edges are not designed to form a seal around the nose and mouth

These types of masks may not be effective in blocking virus particles that may be transmitted by coughing, sneezing or certain medical procedures. They do not provide complete protection from virus particles because of a potential loose fit and the materials used.

Some commercially available masks have exhalation valves that make the mask more breathable for the person wearing it, but these valves also allow infectious respiratory droplets to spread outside the mask.

Masks with exhalation valves are not recommended, because they don't protect others from COVID-19 and don't limit the spread of the virus.

Medical masks, including surgical, medical procedure face masks and respirators (like N95 masks), must be kept for health care workers and others providing direct care to COVID-19 patients.

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