Viruses are the most difficult pathogens to test, as they require a living host to incubate and are also very expensive to test. As a result, viruses are the least studied pathogen regarding the effects of photocatalytic oxidation (PCO). The method of testing viruses is normally to use a surrogate, since the actual virus is seldom available. To prove PCO kills a high percentage of Coronavirus (COVID-19, an enveloped virus), a surrogate or close relative of this strain was used for test purposes. Previous testing on H5N8, an enveloped virus used as a surrogate for H1N1 (Swine Flu) and H5N1 (Avian Flu) viruses, has been conducted by Fushou University in China in 2006 and, it was found there was a complete reduction in virus viability (100% in 24 hours). Testing has also been done at Teiko University by Ryuichi Nakano et al and published by Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences in 2012, on the Influenza A virus, which H1N1 and H5N1 are a subgroup of. The results showed 100% kill in 10 hours. (see more)
June 30, 2017
To Whom It May Concern;
Rocky Vista University (RVU) College of Osteopathic Medicine is in Parker, Colorado, a suburb of Denver, and was founded in 2008. Each class of 160 medical students makes Rocky Vista the largest undergraduate Medical School in Colorado. A second campus of 125 students per class opened in July 2017 in Ivins, Utah. Since it's opening, RVU has achieved National recognition as the largest for-profit medical school in the country with an outstanding faculty, and a renowned President and Dean guiding its growth and achievements. (see more)
I am an independent contractor that provides physician services to Alliance Cancer Centers of Greenville and Clarksdale Mississippi. The clinics provide outpatient radiation therapy services to the people of the Mississippi Delta. When the COVID-19 shelter in place order went into effect I, as medical director, had a decision to make. Continue to care for patients or close. (see more)
July 16, 2020
To Whom it May Concern:
Delta Center Stage is a community theatre operating in Greenville, MS. Under the current worldwide viral outbreak, and under the terms of national guidance and CDC recommendations, we, and all
other theatres nationwide have had no choice but to shut down completely. In the existence of
virtually any public gathering crowd size restrictions, it is impossible for us to even begin the process of creating a stage event or to open our doors to the public. (see more)
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