Tonight doctor, I want to ask whether the use of disinfectant booths is harmful to the human body? If it is dangerous, is there a safe material? I happened to be making a simple room using sensors for home. thanks.
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First of all, you should first explain what disinfectant you want to use?
There are various types of disinfectant liquids, but not all disinfectant liquids are safe for spraying on humans or clothing. For example, alcohol or chlorine can cause damage to the skin, not safe if sucked into the respiratory tract, and can cause damage to clothing. Spraying this kind of liquid is also not effective for disinfecting objects that have many portions (such as clothing) and will not be effective if the corona virus has entered your body.
Therefore, compared to using a disinfectant booth, it would be better if you do the following:
Stay at home and not leave the house if it's not really urgent
Do not go to crowded and crowded places, and do not use public transportation
Maintain a safe distance from other people (minimum 1.8-2 meters), avoid direct contact with others such as shaking hands, hugging, kissing hands, kissing cheeks
Wash your hands frequently with soap or use a hand sanitizer if there is no place to wash your hands
Do not touch the face, especially if you have not washed your hands
Take care of your health by getting enough sleep, eating and drinking enough, exercising enough, and not smoking
If you are forced to leave the house, then here are some things you should do after arriving at home:
Immediately take off your shoes, jacket, and put the items that you brought out / you touch while you are outside in the box that you put specifically near the entrance of the house
Immediately go to the bathroom, take off all clothes to wash and wash immediately
Disinfect items that you brought from outside, wash your hands again afterwards.
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