Virus Outbreak: Coronavirus Killing Xenex LightStrike Robot, 99% Effective, Made in Texas and at Astronics, Illinois

IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR WORLD SATELLITE TELEVISION NEWS - Xenex HQ, San Antonio, Texas, where workers load LightStrike, world’s first-proven coronavirus-killing robot, into shipping crates. Due to global demand, Xenex announces it is increasing manufacturing of germ-zapping xenon-UV ray disinfection device; entering into agreement with East Aurora, N.Y. based Astronics aerospace and defense contractor to build worldwide robot fleet at Waukegan, Ill. facility. LightStrike is 99.99% effective at deactivating SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19, according to peer-reviewed study published in journal, “Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology.”

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