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Trump suggests treating coronavirus with “an injection” of “disinfectant” or “sunlight”

Ask a technical manager if you could apply sunlight “through the skin” or inject disinfectant

The President of the United States, Donald Trump, has suggested the possibility of treating the coronavirus with “an injection” of “disinfectant” or by applying “sunlight” on the human body in order to beat Covid-19, the disease generated by the virus, as reported by the NBC network.

“I see that the disinfectant knocks it out in a minute, in a minute. Is there a way that we can do something like an injection inside or almost a cleaning? As you can see, it reaches the lungs and reaches a tremendous number in the lungs, so it would be interesting to verify that, “said the US president, addressing the director of the Technology and Science Division of the Department of Homeland Security, Bill Bryan.

Trump has made this suggestion after Bryan made a presentation on measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, noting that the virus “dies quickly” when exposed to sunlight.

As a result of that statement, Trump has directly asked if he can “put sunlight inside the body” to defeat the coronavirus. “So suppose we expose the body to a tremendous amount of light, be it ultraviolet or just very powerful light. I think you said that has not been proven,” Trump said, looking at Bryan.

“So I say, assuming that the light is put inside the body, which can be done through the skin in some other way, I think you have said that they are going to verify that too,” said the President of the United States. .

Trump has followed his argumentation without a scientific basis, going on to consider the possibility of “an injection” of “disinfectant” in the human body so that the body can end the disease caused by the coronavirus, without detailing what disinfectant he is referring to.

After Trump’s appearance, scientific and health experts have criticized his claims for considering that they are an irresponsible and “inadequate” message in health terms. “This notion of injecting or ingesting any type of cleaning product into the body is irresponsible and dangerous,” pulmonologist Vin Gupta said, speaking to NBC News. “It is a common method for people who want to kill themselves,” he riveted.

The President of the United States has previously proposed in his daily press conferences that treatments not proven to be effective in fighting coronavirus be used, such as chloroquine.

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