DOH warns against large-scale misting, spraying disinfectant
The Department of Health (DOH) warned the public on Friday against spraying or misting activities amid the threat of COVID-19.
“The DOH does not recommend spraying or misting. There is no evidence to support that spraying of surfaces or large-scale misting of areas, indoor or outdoor with disinfecting agents, kills the virus,” they said in an advisory.The Health department said that spraying “has an additional health and safety concern as it can cause any pathogens to be dispersed further from the direct application of a spray.”
DOH added that such activities may also result in skin irritation, the development of respiratory side effects, and may cause environmental pollution.“Everyone should not spray or mist disinfectants at this time. Soak objects completely or disinfect surfaces directly to kill the virus,” the DOH said.Read more: Manila Bulletin News »
F DOH... why now? You could have it said earlier regarding this misting. I think its better than doing nothing. Kaya nga we should stay home di ba para di natin masinghot yan. Baka susunod sabihin naman nila not effective ang alcohol at hand sanitizer. Ewan ko ba dto sa DOH pabago bago ng salita... May araw wala na maniniwala sa inyo.... Spray ng spray ala naman palang kwenta sayang lang.
the virus can't thrive without a host. so, in essence, it is futile and a waste of resources to spray the roads and other open spaces because the virus (if ever present) will just naturally deteriorate there
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DOH cautions against spraying, misting: It does not protect against COVID-19The Department of Health cautions the public against spraying or misting disinfectants to kill COVID-19 virus, saying such may even cause harm. Ganyan kabobo ang DOH. Laging weeks behind. After weeks of mistings, hindi pala siya effective. Make credible news as what the pic told.a govt. Implementation to fight covid.and that says all.thank you wait for next announcement, relax lang
DOH says no evidence spraying, misting will kill COVID-19; cites harmful effectsSpraying on surfaces or misting of areas with disinfectants in fighting the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) may not kill the virus, and it may also cause harm to people. | DYgalvezinq DYGalvezINQ Better do something than do nothing. DYGalvezINQ Okay...they should have said so from the start. It's another waste of public money. VicoSotto officialqcmayor inaano mga efforts niyo! DOHgovph why are you always late on your advisories? DYGalvezINQ Ang tagal na pong ginagawa yan. Bakit po ngayon nyo lang sasabihin?
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