INACTIVATION EFFICACY ON NEW CORONAVIRUS OF A COMPOUND DISINFECTING NANOEMULSION
Li Jingyun Bao Zuoyi Zhuang Daomin Liu Siyang Liu Yongjian Zhang Wenfu (Institute of Microbiology and Epidemiology, Academy of Military Medical Sciences, Beijing 100071, China)
A compound disinfecting nanoemulsion, which containing 1 700- 1 900 mg/ L chlorhexdine acetate and 1 000 mg/ L nanometer size zinc oxide, is tested for inactivation of new coronaviruses causing severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS). According to the virus inactivating methods of Chinese national disinfection technologic standard, the results showed that this nanoemulsion could inactivate more than 5 log coronaviruses within 60s. This compound nanoemulsion can be used for skin and hands disinfection in SARS epidemic areas.