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WUHAN, CHINA - JANUARY 24: Medical staffs sterilize the main building of Jinyintan Hospital on January 22, 2020 in Wuhan, China. Flights, trains and public transport including buses, subway and ferry services have been temporarily closed and officials have asked residents told to stay in town in order to help stop the outbreak of a strain of coronavirus that has killed 17 people and infected over 500 in places as far away as the United States. This week marks the start of Chinese Lunar New Year holiday, the busiest season for Chinese travellers. (Photo by Getty Images)

It’s not a medication, but it’s a new technology that may just slow down the spread of coronavirus, and it has been developed by a USF professor in Tampa.

Dr. Yogi Goswami invented a way to kill viruses in the air to help his son who suffered from asthma and allergies.

Years later, he and his son started a Molekule, a company that sells his invention.

His son, Dilip, wants to send this system to China, where his friend’s parents are doctors.

The system could help stop the virus from spreading in hospitals, slowing the pace the coronavirus has taken infecting thousands in China, including doctors and nurses trying to treat the many cases that keep growing.

Click here for details from News Channel 8.