Kanthal polycarbonating, an adhesive that is used in many products, is proving to be the most effective protective film for preventing coronaviruses from spreading.
The government of India has launched a campaign on the issue.
According to the Indian Medical Association (IMA), the most recent statistics show that only 2.5 percent of all cases of coronacovirus in India were traced to a polycarbonated item.
According to the United Nations, the global figure is 2.1 percent.
The Indian government has launched its “Kanadal” campaign to promote the material.
It has partnered with the National Centre for Scientific Research (NCSR) to conduct tests on the material, which will then be tested in the field.
According a statement from the government, the polymer film protects against the transmission of the coronaviral virus.
“The Kanadal protects the wearer against spreading the virus, which is why the film has a good protection against airborne and airborne spread,” the statement said.
“It also reduces the number of contacts with the virus.”
The campaign has been launched by the health ministry, with funding from the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), the National Institute of Technology (NIT), the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) and the Tata Foundation.
According the ministry, the Kanadal can also be used to protect against the spread and spread of other types of infections.
The ministry has already tested a number of Kanadal products on volunteers, including people with respiratory problems, in the state of Bihar.
“In one study, about 2.9 percent of patients tested positive for the virus,” the ministry said.
A spokesperson for the ministry told The Hindu that Kanadal is a very safe product, but more testing is needed to confirm its effectiveness.
“Kanal has been developed as a protective material, and its efficacy has been studied.
However, it is still under investigation to verify its efficacy,” the spokesperson said.”
The ministry of health has started a public awareness campaign to encourage more people to buy Kanadal.”
A spokesperson at Tata Foundation told The Times of India that the organisation had been working with the Indian government to promote Kanadal for some time.
“Kananadal is an extremely popular product in the market.
Tata Foundation is very active in promoting Kanadal in the country, and will be actively working with governments to promote it,” he said.
The spokesperson added that Kanthal has been in use for many years and it was not an uncommon product in use in the industry.
“There is no evidence of its efficacy in preventing the spread,” he added.