Disinfectant [adjective]

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These include a nose spray that smothers and inactivates a key viral protein, disinfectants that are commonly used before sinus surgeries, and even dilute baby shampoo misted up the nose.

Our campus rules and procedures mandate masks inside buildings, seat us six feet apart in class, provide quarantine housing, offer ample sanitizer and disinfectant supplies, and facilitate contact tracing.

American Airlines announced federal approval of a new disinfectant that the airline says it will use on some flights to improve protection against surface transmission of the coronavirus.

Allied BioScience told CNBC it will pursue broader approval that would make its disinfectant more easily available.

Allied BioScience is already pursuing a broader EPA approval to allow widespread use of the disinfectant.

It’s an “unregistered product making false disinfectant claims in violation of federal law,” the EPA says.

Years ago I investigated in the laboratory the popular notion that tobacco is a disinfectant.

The popular notions regarding sulphur as a disinfectant after diphtheria are erroneous.

Formalin is the best disinfectant for wall-paper unless the child has spat upon it—then use the bichloride.

The nurse should not touch the outside of the tub with infected articles while putting these in the disinfectant.