Oroville Hospital employs new bacteria-fighting robots

Bacteria-spreading infections like Ebola and the region’s most recent scare, the Norovirus, shouldn’t stand a chance with new high-tech cleaning machines recently acquired by Oroville Hospital.

The robots work by exuding measured ultraviolet rays, essentially zapping bacteria and spores not visible to the naked eye, covering every inch of the room the device is placed in. (ChicoER News)

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