A black protective film can prevent the flu virus infection from your skin and prevent the spread of the virus, a new study has found.
In a study published in the journal Nature Communications, researchers from the University of Washington and the University at Buffalo used a combination of two types of film, which can be used to protect against both cold and flu viruses, to protect about 1 in 100 people from flu.
In one type of film they tested, the film was applied to a patient’s forehead for 24 hours before the test and after 24 hours.
The researchers found the film reduced flu transmission by about 80 percent, and the effect was sustained for several days after the test.
The researchers also found that the film’s protection lasted for four days, after which the patient would have had a higher chance of contracting the flu.
Researchers from the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) used the new film to test people for influenza and see how well it protects them from the virus.
The scientists used a polymer-based film that can be made from a polyurethane, which is used in many personal protective equipment (PPE) products.
Polymer-based films, which are typically made from polycarbonate or polypropylene, have been used to coat surfaces for decades.
The polymer-coated film was used in this study to test the flu protection of a single film, a single layer of polypropene film.
The film was then sprayed onto a skinfold and placed under a microscope, where the film protected the skin from the flu by absorbing the flu’s flu virus.
In the second type of test, the researchers used the film to coat a single surface, such as a bandage or a band aid, for a day.
They then exposed the patient to flu virus on the bandage.
The flu virus did not infect the patient, and they did not have to be tested again.
The study concluded that the flu film can help protect people against both influenza and flu strains.
“These results show that a single, polymer-covered layer of film can provide a substantial barrier to influenza virus infection, and that it also protects against other types of flu virus infections,” the study said.