As soon as the corona epidemic hit India, a sanitized tunnel was installed at many companies and elsewhere to free people from infection.
On Monday, the Supreme Court has banned the use of these tunnels. The government told the Supreme Court that these are not good for the human body, so they have banned their use. In fact, on Monday, the Supreme Court questioned the Centre why the use of sanitizer, which is free of germs during corona, is harmful, yet it has not banned its use.
The bench of Justice Ashok Bhushan, Justice R. Subhash Reddy and Justice MR Shah was informed by Solicitor General Tushar Mehta that the Ministry of Health has made some kind of use of transverse rays on humans to free them from the germs of Corona.
Have not issued advice or guidelines. He said that spraying any kind of chemical mixture (sanitizer) to get rid of germs is also harmful to the human body and mood. On this, the bench wanted to know from the Solicitor General that if it is so harmful to get rid of germs then why not ban them. To this, Mehta said that appropriate instructions have been issued in this regard.
On June 9, in a meeting of the expert committee chaired by the Director-General of Health Services, it was reiterated that the door-frame or the entire room was prepared for spraying the sanitising tunnel and the sanitizer was applied to the people.
Spraying is not useful and does not prevent small drops of infection from coming into contact with an infected person or the virus.
The committee also said that it is not recommended to adopt such spraying or release of chemical smoke on roads or markets or open spaces to curb the Covid-19 virus or other types of infections. Let the experts also say in their study that the chemicals used in these disinfection tunnels eliminate viruses on inanimate things, but their damage is more on the living body.