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Disinfecting Robots, an Innovative Solution to Help Fight COVID-19

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    COVID-19 has completely re-evaluated the way we clean. New and enhanced policies and procedures are being implemented across the globe, especially within the hospital and hotel industry. A high tech, revolutionary, virus-killing robot is here to help the fight of staying clean and decontaminated. Light Strike powered by Xenex disinfection services has created a robot that uses ultraviolet light pulses to kill viruses, bacteria, and fungi. Clinical studies published by the company have found the robots have decreased environmental infection rates between 50 and 100 percent. 

    Xenex was founded in 2008 to serve hospitals and health care facilities that are constantly battling pathogens in their patient rooms, operating rooms, and elsewhere. The company was developed by two epidemiologists, Dr. Julie Stachowiak and Dr. Mark Stibich. Their scientific discipline is behind all their products, which range from robots to disinfection pods. Using evidence-based protocols, strategies, and ongoing analysis, the Xenex team leverages their knowledge to reduce infection rates in your place of business. Already in use at over 500 hospitals, this robot is set to become the norm among healthcare and hospitality facilities. 

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