The other day my OH remembered that we had a bottle of Boots version of "First Defence" which we bought to use on flights as a prevention against the various germs and viruses floating around in the unhealthy atmosphere on planes. He looked on the internet and apparently research is being carried out to see if these products might help prevent covid. It's sell by date was 2015 so a bit too old to use.
He had a clinic appointment in December which he postponed because of covid. He's decided to go to the next appointment (next week) and bought a similar nasal spray.
this one is to be used 3 or 4 times per day for up to 10 days so he is going to start it 2 days before his appointment and continue for a couple of days after.
It may be a little far fetched, but these things are meant to prevent catching viruses so maybe it might work. Obviously I am just thinking short term but if someone has a doctor's appointment, or something equally important, a few squirts up the nose could be added to masks, had washing etc etc.
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