The facility isn't for passengers, at least not yet. It's currently in use by staff involved with public health duties at the airport. While the booth could be effective in killing viruses on the exterior surfaces of a person, it's not meant to treat COVID-19.
The CleanTech J-1 is just one aspect of the Hong Kong airport's overall coronavirus cleaning plans, which also include the application of an antimicrobial coating on common surfaces and the deployment of a robot with a UV light sterilizer.
While consumers aren't likely to get their own CleanTech booths, there are still plenty of practical measures you can take to disinfect everything from your phone to your home and car. It's just not as futuristic.
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