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MAK pitches for Oracle water system to combat spread of COVID-19

MAK pitches for Oracle water system to combat spread of COVID-19
MAK pitches for Oracle water system to combat spread of COVID-19
  • The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the city is said to have been pegged at 297 on March 8, 190 on March 9 and 32 on March 17.
  • MAK is reported to have inked a deal with GW in China to provide 18 units of Oracle Water System.

MAK is vying to leave no stone unturned to combat the spread of COVID-19 as the company is pitching for the use of Oracle water. Reportedly, the company delivered Oracle water to antiseptic solution spreading vehicles at Nam-gu Office in Daegu and 13 community service centers for derailing the spread of the pandemic in South Korea.

The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the city is said to have been pegged at 297 on March 8, 190 on March 9 and 32 on March 17 after they allegedly started using Oracle water. Notably, COVID-19 cases were 390 on March 7.

President of MAK Byung Joon Chun stressed that prevention of epidemics is the most pivotal step that can put a break on coronavirus. He went on to claim that Oracle water offers 6-7 times stronger sterilizing power vis-à-vis other disinfectants and it can ward off the pandemic. Elaborating on the water system, Chun said that Oracle water’s sterilization effect was witnessed by obliterating H1N1 viruses and anthrax bacteria.

MAK is reported to have inked a deal with GW in China to provide 18 units of Oracle Water System, and the company is poised to ship the water systems in April 2020. Chun emphasized that there were receiving inquiries from countries grappling with Coronavirus, as such, they are ramping up manufacturing of Oracle Water Systems.

MAK is said to have first developed the technology of producing plasma in CDA Chamber and the firm delivers it to BOE in China. Further, the company is also working with a slew of Korean companies, such as LG Display and Samsung Electronics.

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https://picante.today/latest-news/2020/04/03/140638/oracle-water-system-represents-device-for-preventing-covid-19-in-korea/

 

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