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Hydrocyn aqua Inactivates the Coronavirus Causing COVID-19

The effect of Hydrocyn® aqua (Hydrocyn) on the new coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) causing COVID-19 has been confirmed. Tests performed by the Swedish National Veterinary Institute show that 99.9% of the virus particles were killed after exposure to Hydrocyn. Bactiguard launched Hydrocyn in the Swedish market in March, with focus on critical societal functions.

In collaboration with the Swedish National Veterinary Institute (SVA), tests have been conducted with Hydrocyn on a viral culture of the new corona virus (SARS-CoV-2) that causes COVID-19. The result shows that 99.9% of the virus particles were inactivated – which means, they were no longer functional and thus not contagious.

“The result is important in the fight against the spread of COVID-19. There is no vaccine yet and no effective COVID-19 drugs are available, so there is great need for effective prevention. Health care and the public need access to products that protect against the new coronavirus. We are therefore pleased that we have been able to prove that Hydrocyn is effective against this new virus and hope that we will soon be able to offer it to Swedish consumers,” says Stefan Grass, Bactiguard’s Chief Medical Officer, MD PhD and formerly active as specialist physician in anesthesia and intensive care.

“In addition to documented effects against coronavirus, Hydrocyn is also effective against bacteria and fungi. Unlike disinfectants based on, for example, alcohol, Hydrocyn is also kind to the body and does not cause irritation or tissue damage,” adds Stefan Grass.

Bactiguard launched Hydrocyn in the Swedish market in mid-March and received customer orders, including from the Police Authority, in the first days after the launch, at a total value of just over SEK 20 million.

Meeta Ramnani
Meeta Ramnani
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