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Coronavirus: Scientists make 7p a day nasal spray that can cut Covid-19 risk by 78%

The Mirror reports that the spray contains hypromellose - a gel-forming powder that is often found in anti-allergy nasal sprays.

Once sprayed into the nose, the gel forms a layer, which may help to prevent viruses reaching your nasal membranes.Meanwhile, the spray also contains a small amount of citric acid that slightly alters the pH within the nasal cavity, helping to kill viruses on contact.During trials conducted at the University of Virginia, Taffix was found to kill 99.99% of SARS-CoV-2.And in real-life settings, it was found to reduce your risk of catching the virus by up to 78%, with no side effects.Professor Barbara Mann, who led the study, said: “To our knowledge, this is the first time that any measure to prevent infection in.

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