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Nasal spray that blocks COVID-19 could be available by summer: report – New York Post

The spray — developed by scientists at the University of Birmingham — prevents infection by capturing the bug in the nose and covering it in a coating from which…

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A nasal spray that can prevent COVID-19 for up to two days has been developed by researchers in the UK and it may be available over the counter by the summer, according to a report.
The spray — developed by scientists at the University of Birmingham — prevents infection by capturing the bug in the nose and covering it in a coating from which it cannot escape, The Telegraph reported.
As a result, it would be safe for someone to exhale near another person because the virus would be inactive and harmless,…

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