"Fortune" cites Healthe in article examining Far-UVC light's ability to stop the spread of COVID-19

by Fred Segal September 01, 2020

On Monday, Fortune published an article which examines the capability of far-UVC light to stop the spread of COVID-19. 

Among other things, the article discusses how, at the moment, "there is more demand for [far-UVC light] than the capacity to make it at the moment." However, a certain small number of companies are producing products with far-UVC light.  Among these companies:

"Healthe, a Florida-based lighting company that recently got the backing of investor Matt Higgins, a Shark Tank guest judge and the CEO of RSE Ventures, has introduced a line of 222 nm products, from overhead lighting to a sanitizing entry gate, that are destined for Equinox gyms (as well as nursing homes, prisons, colleges, and other spaces) and already in place at New York’s Magnolia Bakery, the Space Needle, and facilities for the Miami Dolphins."

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