A study led by an expert from The University of Western Australia has found a virus-killing nasal spray could be effective in reducing the spread of COVID-19.
That the portal of entry of the sars-cov-2 virus which is the virus that causes covid-19 is through the nose and the nasal cavity. and it makes sense that if you want to stop the virus and attack the virus the first place to attack it is in the nose where it forms a reservoir and where it multiplies before spreading
To the rest of the body. the study had two parts, the first part was in the laboratory and the second part was took two different strains of sars-cov-2 virus and we tested them in two different laboratories and what these laboratory studies showed that a single exposure to nasodine eliminated viable virus
In 99.7% after 15 second exposure and after a 60 second exposure it completely eliminated the virus. this has two potential implications for us, sars-cov-2 virus and sars-cov-2 virus is the virus that causes covid-19. if the nasodine nasal spray can kill the virus or diminish the shedding of the virus, then one
Of the implications is that we are able to disinfect our noses and it may limit the spread of covid-19 or the transmission of covid-19 from these infected patients to other people. we are planning a very large phase 2 trial with several hundred covid positive subjects have changed and we are disinfecting and
Washing our hands countless times a day noses to prevent picking up any viruses. i think that’s where nasal spray in the future will perhaps become a part of our daily life. nasodine of the viruses that cause the common cold, but it’s very encouraging to note that there are other potential uses of the spray for
Example in pandemic viruses and i’m cautiously optimistic that although we’ve got a lot of evidence to prove methodical and meticulous scientific processes, i firmly believe that we will achieve our outcome.