Colombia does not recommend the use of disinfection tunnels in the COVID-19 crisis

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Colombia does not recommend the use of disinfection tunnels in the COVID-19 crisis

Disinfection tunnels are not recommended by the Colombian Ministry of Health, although they have been commonly used by hospitals. Health authorities

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Disinfection tunnels are not recommended by the Colombian Ministry of Health, although they have been commonly used by hospitals.

Health authorities do not recommend the use of disinfectant booths, chambers, tunnels or spray arches on people, as there is not enough scientific evidence to support their effectiveness.

Manufacturers have assured that this system seeks to reduce the potential viral infectious contamination that is present on the surface of people’s clothing, but, according to the Ministry of Health, the products used are authorized for the disinfection of surfaces, equipment, devices or wastewater, and not for humans.

 

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