MONDAY, March thirty, 2020 (HealthDay News) — Duke University researchers have uncovered a way to clean N95 respirator masks so they can be safely re-utilized.

Wellbeing treatment workers rely on the masks for security when doing work with coronavirus individuals, but there’s a shortage of the masks, CNN documented.

Scientists at the Duke Regional Biocontainment Laboratory uncovered that vaporized hydrogen peroxide kills germs on the masks right after they’re worn.

This approach has extended been utilized to decontaminate equipment, Wayne Thomann, director emeritus of the Duke Occupational & Environmental Safety Office, advised CBS News.

The mask decontamination protocol was posted by the researchers so that other hospitals can use it.

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