Georgia disinfects money with an iron against coronavirus
The market administration in the city of Poti in western Georgia began to disinfect money: now the coins are treated with an antiseptic solution, and paper bills are ironed, Ria Novosti reports.
Earlier, the deputy head of the National Center for Disease Control and Public Health of Georgia, Paata Imnadze, said that a hot iron or disinfectant would be effective for disinfecting cash.
Before entering the market, visitors give their money, a special person processes the coins with an antiseptic solution, and irons paper bills with an iron and then returns it to the owner.
In addition, all market visitors undergo thermal screening, receive disposable gloves for free, and are required to maintain a distance.
The governor of Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti, Alexander Motsereliya, visited the agricultural market in Poti on Sunday. He noted that all sanitary and hygienic standards, as well as social distance, were observed on the spot.
In turn, the agricultural markets in Telavi (Kakheti region) and Senaki (Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti region), on the contrary, are temporarily closed on Monday, due to non-compliance with recommendations and sanitary standards.
Trade in agricultural markets has been suspended due to violations discovered during an unscheduled inspection conducted by the National Food Agency.
The administration of the Telavi market claims that it regularly disinfected the territory and that buyers were allowed to enter the market in turn.
Since March 20, all retail outlets, including food markets, have been temporarily closed in Georgia. Allowed to work: pharmacies, grocery stores, pet stores, warehouses, agricultural markets, animal markets, fertilizer stores, household appliances stores, and gas stations.
A Russian women fried almost $1,000 in the microwave to disinfect them against coronavirus
A Russian woman ended up burning 65 thousand rubles (around 830 USD) when she microwaved the bills to disinfect them as a precaution against Covid-19.
The Muscovite was frightened of the possible transmission of infection and decided to place them in the microwave. Spoiler: it would be better to wash. The published photograph captures 65 thousand rubles lying on the table. Some notes have dark spots, and some were completely burnt.
What you just won’t do to save yourself from infection! The Muscovite decided to get rid of possible viruses and germs on paper as follows - "fried" them in the microwave.
On this sad experience, the Russian woman said on her Instagram page: Have you ever sanitized money in the microwave? I haven’t, but some people have. So, as she said: “I already did that, disinfection from the coronavirus, I just kept it in the microwave,” ”the girl wrote.
But quarantine is just beginning ... What will happen next? " In the photo - burnt, with holes and spots stained notes in the amount of 65 thousand rubles. But probably without viruses!
Internet users are advised not to stop there and expose the remains of banknotes to further disinfection. For example, one of the Muscovite subscribers noted that "if you hold it in an open flame, the viruses must die, and then you don’t have to go to the bank to restore the bills." I wonder if she will take this advice.
The Russian safety agency, Rospotrebnadzor strongly recommends using paper notes and metal rubles as little as possible - a non-contact payment method reduces the risk of contracting a coronavirus. But if you already hold money in hands, after carefully disinfect skin.
Chlorine based disinfectant is one of the most powerful solutions that eliminates coronavirus from surfaces. The recipe is very simple and you can try it right at home. Here's what you have to do!
If you want to prepare your own disinfectant with which to sanitize your home, you will need to be very careful about how you use chlorine. Because it is a caustic substance, it should not be mixed with other solutions, but diluted only with water, in appropriate proportions. Here is the exact network and what you need to do!
How to prepare your own chlorine disinfectant. Recipe for home
The American Center for Disease Control recommends disinfecting surfaces in our home - tiles, wall tiles, linoleum, door handles, etc. - using a chlorine solution with a concentration of 1:50, ie 20 ml of chlorine per liter of water. This disinfectant, properly prepared, sanitizes surfaces and objects that we come into contact with daily, but does not affect our health. If you think this amount of chlorine is small, find out that it is actually more than enough for the complete elimination of coronavirus.
The tools you need:
You will need a spray container where you can keep the solution;
A graduated container to make the necessary measurements;
Household rubber gloves;
A nose and mouth protection mask. This way you will avoid inhaling chlorine vapors. If you do not have a mask, you can use a scarf, a handkerchief, a handkerchief, any textile material that will prevent you from inhaling the vapors;
Recipe for daily use
First of all, you must know that the disinfectant is prepared outdoors, or, if you do not live at ground house and do not have a yard, go to the balcony. If you do not have a balcony, prepare the solution in a very well ventilated room, with the windows wide open. Chlorine releases extremely toxic vapors. To make a solution with a concentration of 1:50 you need 20 ml of chlorine in 1 liter of water. Pour water into a basin, add chlorine, mix and use the solution for washing on the floor or for disinfecting other objects. The disinfectant can be used daily, and if it is more concentrated, it should be used once a few days.
The chlorine-based disinfectant is prepared according to a very simple recipe, but we must pay close attention to the quantities of chlorine and water we use. It is the most important aspect. If not, chlorine could seriously affect our health.