Aged Care Study to test Virus Fighting Technology

The Allan Labor Government is spearheading a groundbreaking study to evaluate the effectiveness of germicidal ultraviolet (UV) light technology in reducing COVID-19 and other airborne viruses within aged care facilities.

The study, led by the Burnet Institute, aims to provide the first clinical assessment of UV light technology’s ability to mitigate the spread of airborne diseases in aged care environments. This technology, installed by Gangi Germicidal Systems, operates by projecting an invisible UV light across ceilings to neutralise airborne viral particles, ensuring safety for both residents and staff.

We at Gangi Germicidal Systems are incredibly proud to contribute to this vital trial, helping to enhance the health and safety of vulnerable populations.

Feel free to watch the News Media release below.

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