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Ebola: British company claims its chemical spray can safely kill deadly virus

A British firm (based in Bristol, England) claims it makes the only chemical spray (DuoMax) which can safely kill the Ebola virus, without damaging the human skin or being toxic to the body in anyway.

The company says it is non-toxic, and can apparently be used to treat large areas as it does not irritate the skin and eyes like bleach or chlorine products; adding that it also stops the disease from spreading.

According to the manufacturer, the spray destroys the DNA and RNA which doesn’t allow the pathogen to reproduce or replicate. This also significantly reduces the risk of cross contamination.

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