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CORONA : IIT Kanpur has developed Ultraviolet Helper Disinfection Helper



IIT Kanpur has developed an Ultraviolet Helper Disinfection Helper that can free a room from infection with corona in just 15 minutes. It can be used mainly to disinfect house rooms, quarantine centers, hospitals, malls, store rooms.

The Pure Handy UltraViolet Disinfection Helper made at IIT Kanpur Imaginary Laboratory will be powered by a smart phone. So that every item in your entire room can be disinfected in 15 minutes.

Call it Prof. J. Ramkumar, Dr. Amandeep Singh and Shivam Sachan have prepared together. Dr. Amandeep told that people are afraid to touch the same during the corona epidemic.

At the same time, liquid disinfection has quite negative effects. In such a situation, Imaginary Laboratory, IITT Kanpur has developed a sanitizing product called Shuddha (Smartphone powered Handy Ultraviolet Disinfection Helper).

He said that the net can be run through a smart phone. It can be run with Bluetooth technology. It has 6 lights. Its device can be rotated up to 360 degrees.

You can use the lights according to the room. If the room is larger then more lights can be used. This will disinfect the room in just 15 minutes. It can be used to prevent infection in hospital, hotel, mall, office, school.


Covid-19: Corona Virus recovery rate cross 81% in India.



With its focused strategies and effective, coordinated and proactive measures, India is reporting steep increase in recoveries.

“89,746 recoveries registered in last 24 hours, whereas new confirmed cases stand at 83,347. Total recoveries are 45,87,613. Recovery rate is 81.25%. India has world’s highest recovered cases, contributing 19.5% to global recoveriesHealth Ministry.

Corona virus India News Live Updates with India recording 83,347 cases of the novel corona virus in the 24 hours ending 9 am Wednesday, the total number of cases in the country crossed the 56 lakh mark to reach 5,646,011. Also, as many as 1,085 deaths during the same period took the toll to 90,020. The fatality rate is 1.60 per cent. At present, the country has 9,68,377 active cases and as many as 45,87,614 people have been treated and discharged.

The number of people who recovered from Covid-19 stood at over 1.01 lakh on Monday, the highest single- day rise so far. The recovery rate stands at 80.86 per cent. With India recording the highest number of COVID-19 recoveries in the world, the government on Tuesday said that for the past four consecutive days the number of daily recovered cases surpassed the new infections reported per day.

Also, September has been particularly harsh for Maharashtra, which has consistently had the highest number of corona virus cases in the country. As corona virus spreads to rural areas, hospitals like Karad’s in Maharashtra are struggling. Again declared Covid-only this month, the Sub-District Hospital has 45 beds and none in ICU due to the lack of an intensive and oxygen tank.

Meanwhile, the Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation (CDSCO), India’s top drug regulator, will only approve Covid-19 vaccines that meet parameters, such as their ability to show they can improve clinical outcomes by at least 50 per cent during human testing.

Globally, as many as 31,480,193 people have been infected while 968,726 have succumbed to the virus. Also, 21,624,431 people have recovered so far.

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