Geneva, AFP. The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that spraying disinfectants on roads and streets will not eliminate the coronavirus. This type of spraying can prove harmful to the human body. WHO states that spraying a chemical does not eliminate viruses or pathogens present on the surface. Such spraying becomes ineffective by mixing in dirt and debris. Not only this, but there is also a possibility of infection due to it not reaching everywhere.
The WHO has clearly stated that under no circumstances should any type of disinfectant be sprayed on people. Spraying chlorine and other poisonous chemicals can cause eye irritation and trouble breathing. The World Health Organization has also stated that under no circumstances should people be sprayed with disinfectants because spraying chlorine and other toxic chemicals can cause eye irritation, skin infections, and breathing problems.
WHO has stated that spraying chlorine or other toxic chemicals on people can have harmful effects such as bronchospasm and gastrointestinal. If disinfectants are to be used, it can be used with a cloth or a wipe. This will not spread harmful elements in the air and will not cause harm. Earlier, the World Health Organization (WHO) recommended the use of an alcohol-containing disinfectant (hand sanitizer), saying it had been found effective against corona.
It is noteworthy that the number of cases of coronavirus has crossed 46 lakh worldwide. At the same time, the death toll from the infection has also crossed three lakh. Corona is getting the most impact in America. In the US, 1237 people have died in the last 24 hours. At the same time, cases of corona infection are also increasing rapidly in Russia. So far, a total of 2,72,043 cases of corona have been reported in Russia. A total of 2,537 people have died here, while 63,166 people have recovered.