COVID-19: Ghanaian-Nigerian creates Disinfection Chamber

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As part of measures to curb the spread of the global COVID-19 pandemic, 32-year- old Ghanaian-Nigerian, Samuel Olatunde Quarm who is a Physics Teacher, Health and Safety Officer has developed a Disinfection Chamber that sanitizes the entire body including shirts.

The KNUST graduate, revealed that he has been working on this project for sometime with the aim of helping solve the current global crisis the facing the world.

Labelled as the Quarm Disinfection Chamber, the device uses electricity or solar power and disinfects the hands, all parts of the body including shirts within three seconds.

Samuel Olatunde Quarm graduated from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology with a first-class in Physics in 2015. and is currently a Physics Teacher at the Kumasi High School.

Though the device is yet to go through certification by the Ghana Standards Authority, Ola disclosed that his product can be used at various health facilities especially at infectious disease units to disinfect health workers after entering or treating an infectious person.

Samuel Quarm says he is looking forward to getting the Ghana Standards Authority to certify the product. He also wants government and other groups to partner and support him with funding to scale up operations.

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