Can you make your own disinfectant at home? Sure you can. While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published a guideline for making your own disinfectants, the question is, should you? We asked experts to comment about cleaning and disinfection for households during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Despite the lack of evidence, disinfection tunnels are being set up at crowded places like malls, markets and offices as it was initially believed that the tunnel would work as a mass disinfectant. We asked experts to explain the risk of disinfection tunnel and does it cause more harm than good?
Supermarkets and grocery stores which are still allowed to operate during the Movement Control Order (MCO) are probably places where the products are touched by a large number of people. While we may practice precaution such as washing hands regularly and practising social distancing, how about the handling of the groceries?
Many countries including Malaysia are disinfecting public areas such as schools, mosques, airports, and roadsides to curb the spread of COVID-19. This method has raised questions about its effectiveness. We asked experts to weigh in their opinions.