@Reuters
Reuters
13 days ago
Estonian tech company Respiray has launched a wearable air purifier it says can kill more than 99% of viruses and bacteria in the air using ultraviolet light, before it is inhaled by the wearer https://t.co/ABhvCLVCeF https://t.co/0H4OK43AQm
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@polymathpuppet
ℳichael G. #FBPE #BidenHarris #resist🌊
13 days ago
@Reuters Nope.
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@Rebar_Jaff
Rébar Jaff 🇨🇦
13 days ago
@Reuters #Estonia is such an innovative country, especially in the tech sector. This sounds like a very promising #invention!
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@eat_your_lasers
pew pew jewish space lasers
13 days ago
@Reuters I mean, I am not sure I want to carry this on my neck around. 🤔
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@OkAreu
AreuOK
13 days ago
@Reuters wear masks better.
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@SoeAstar
𝓗𝓲𝓯𝓵𝔂𝓮𝓻
13 days ago
@Reuters New Technology
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@pearlborneo1
Pearl is pragmatic🐢🤓📚
13 days ago
@Reuters Looks like a toilet seat.
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@patrick00054344
patrick schmitt spinosi.
13 days ago
@Reuters 😂😂😂
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@RespirayGlobal
Respiray
13 days ago
@Reuters Thanks for sharing!
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@whispernite
robert nava
13 days ago
@Reuters They tested for airborne effectiveness against e.coli snd staph which are typically spread from physical contact with contaminated materials (body fluids or raw foods). Doh!
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@peraza_gonzalo
Gonzalo Peraza
13 days ago
@Reuters Solar creams with UV protection, atmosphere for UV protection, and then you put a UV source around your neck. Good one!
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