The UV sanitizing box that researchers from Cedarville’s school of pharmacy are testing for use in public sanitizing stations
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Dr. Elisha Injeti, associate professor of pharmaceutical studies
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Dr. Rocco Rotello, associate professor of pharmaceutical studies
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Dr. Tim Veenstra, associate professor of pharmaceutical studies
Hand sanitizing stations dot schools, hospitals and many other public buildings, inviting people to clean their hands and prevent infection. In the future, will people sanitize their phones, masks or other personal belongings in these public spaces as well?
Cedarville, Cedarville University, COVID-19, pharmacy
Weinstein, Mark D., "UV Rays Sanitize Phones, Masks and More" (2021). News Releases. 1410.