Minnesota Company Makes a Mask That Supposedly Kills the Virus
Well, we've been hearing about wearing a mask for 10 months now. Hands up- who's sick of this??
Then recently, because of the new strain of the virus that has popped up, the MDH has recommended wearing 2 masks. I'll just go out on a limb right now and say that there is no way I'm doing that. I have complied with pretty much everything up to now, but that just seems ridiculous. But check this out. There is a company which is a spin-off from the U of M called Claros Technologies. And they have created a single mask that not only protects from the coronavirus, but apparently it kills the virus. Now, that's interesting.
I really find this kind of a "too good to be true" situation. But maybe I'm just being cynical. I get that it could actually be something that would block the virus, if worn correctly. But to actually "KILL" the virus. Let's just say I'm more than a bit skeptical. But I'm also willing to see how it works and give them a chance to show how it does, in fact, kill the virus.
"We started partnering with the DOD, for example, developing functional textile solutions for different military-grade applications," Bellanca said. "It was from that work that the anti-microbial, anti-viral functionality was born."
Ok, show me. Sounds like a line from the "Matrix". But yeah, do that.
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