Ensuring a safe working environment in offices is becoming a priority for developers.
In an attempt to bring a ‘modicum of normalcy’ to a post-COVID-19 world, the device, which in the future will be used in public places such as airports, museums, and train stations is already operating in two hospitals.
Scientists noticed a massive decline in the number of infected areas after city authorities began disinfecting Kraków’s streets and public areas including ATMs and bus stops. Now they say as restrictions are gradually relaxed and more people leave their homes, disinfecting places is likely to become a feature of ordinary life.
The 1 million litres of disinfectant, which will first be sent to public institutions and then sold at Orlen’s 1,800 petrol stations around Poland, will be produced at the company’s plant in the south-east of the country within two weeks. The first batch is expected soon.