Posted by Gareth Icke Posted on 4 May 2020

Hong Kong Airport Rolls Out Cleaning Robots And Full-Body Disinfection Booths

Activist Post Editor’s Note: While we vehemently disagree with this author’s conclusions, we’re bringing you this news strictly for the good reporting about the details of what air travel is starting to look like in the post-corona world. Unless, of course, consumers refuse to subject themselves to this.

There is no denying the fact that the global pandemic has affected all the spheres of our lives and moving forward, some things will remain irreversibly changed.

With many new practices being implemented in our sanitation protocols, the International Airport in Hong Kong has topped it all by launching cleaning robots and full-body disinfectant booths.

The booths, called Cleantech, are used for sanitizing and disinfecting people. The entire process only takes a couple of minutes. The person, before entering Cleantech, is checked for temperature. Then they enter the booth where they are exposed to antimicrobial coating and sanitizers, killing any germs or viruses found on the surface of our cloth or body.’

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