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Coronavirus Cure? Coronavirus Update and Prevention Tips


While U.S. Government officials still say the risk of the Coronavirus to the American people remains low, countless other sources warn that this viral infection could rapidly sweep across the United States in the very near future.  A surefire Coronavirus cure is still in the works, but scientists have been making great headway on a vaccine.  Most recently, we’ve heard that the completed Coronavirus vaccine could go into trials within the next 6 weeks.  Unfortunately, this could still be to long of a wait as it will surely take longer than 6 weeks for the Coronavirus Vaccine to be readily available to the public.  On top of the wait, the public is also faced with affordability.  Sources say that this vaccine could cost a pretty penny once available.  As far as we can see at the moment, the public’s best chance of combating the coronavirus is simply prevention.

Breakthrough Coronvirus Updates on Prevention

Until now, people across the world have not had an effective way to combat the airborne side of the viral infection.  It’s very important to note that simply cleaning will not be 100% effective in ridding homes and businesses of the Coronavirus.

As it turns out, your local heating and air conditioning provider has the solution!

Who would have guessed that HVAC contractors have been sitting on the practical Coronavirus cure to air-born particles?  We’ve discovered that a device can be installed on heating and air conditioning equipment that kills both surface and air-borne viruses.

However, consumers of this product rave about the other benefits, such as allergies and pet odors.  These devices also are effective when put to use against bacteria, mold, and viruses, killing up to 99% of them!

How does it work?  It’s really quite simple, the device is installed in the air stream of your existing ductwork.  When air travels over it, the magic happens.

To be exact, RGF products say, “The REME HALO® in-duct air purifier utilizes RGF’s proprietary Reflective Electro Magnetic Energy technology. Installed into the supply plenum of your existing air conditioning or heating system air ducts, the REME HALO® in-duct air purifier produces Hydro-Peroxide plasma that is distributed through the air handler, through the duct system, and into the conditioned living space. Unlike passive air technologies, which need pollutants to pass through the unit for purification or filtration, the REME HALO® in-duct air purifier sweeps through your home actively purifying pollutants at the source. In addition, the charged plasma induces particles to coagulate or stick together making them bigger and easier for your filter to catch. Hydroperoxides occur naturally in the earth’s atmosphere and are part of nature’s process of cleaning the air.”

If you are interested in having one of these products installed in your home, click the link below.  If you're thinking about installing one of these devices yourself, keep reading.  We’ve written a simple how-to guide for you DIY’ers.

“Today we will issue new guidance from the C.D.C. that will make it clear that any American can be tested, no restrictions, subject to doctor’s orders,” Mr. Pence told reporters at the White House, as quoted by the New York Times.

The latest on Coronavirus actions by U.S. Officials

Some of the latest developments in the Coronavirus case recently came from Vice President Mike Pence.  In a press release, he stated that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention would be lifting all restrictions on testing for coronavirus, and would be releasing new guidelines to fast-track testing for people who fear they have the virus, even if they are displaying mild symptoms.

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