Surrogate Testing Suggests that Chlorine Dioxide Gas Exposure Would Not Inactivate Ebola Virus Contained in Environmental Blood Contamination

Lowe, J., Hewlett, A., Iwen, P., et al. (2015). Surrogate Testing Suggests that Chlorine Dioxide Gas Exposure Would Not Inactivate Ebola Virus Contained in Environmental Blood Contamination. (Abstract only.) Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene. 12(9):D211-215.
This study finds that decontamination with Chlorine Dioxide must be preceded by manually wiping down surfaces potentially contaminated by blood to inactivate bacteria present in blood.
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