EPA releases a list of disinfectants that can help you fight the new coronavirus
Health agencies and experts are reaching out to the public with information about what will or will not help protect people from the coronavirus contagion. For instance, some sanitizing products are better than others as disinfectants to control the spread of the virus. Fulton Schools Professor Rolf Halden, director of ASU’s Center for Environmental Health Engineering, provides details about what products are best to use and how to best use them effectively. But social distancing, avoiding stress and taking other steps to protecting one’s health are equally important ways to help prevent being vulnerable to the coronavirus, say Halden and other experts.