People Decided to Listen to Trump: Injecting the Disinfectant to Kill the Coronavirus?

The number of calls to poison centers has been increased due to the fact that people decided to listen to president Trump’s advice to inject themselves with disinfectant!


The medical experts were shocked by what the president said. Further, they warned about the life-threatening consequences of this. Not only is it life-threatening, but it is also damaging to your health.

In the last 48 hours in the area of Illinois the number of calls to poison centers has been increasing because the citizens either injected themselves with the disinfectant or they washed their mouth with it, according to CNN.

Donald Trump proposed research on whether the coronavirus can be killed with the injection of the disinfectant or with the UV lights. The experts were shocked by this proposal.


On a meeting in the White House, the president of the USA talked about researching the reaction of the virus in the contexts of different temperature, climate and surface. He pointed out that disinfectant kills the virus within one minute, and that there is a way that this can be performed on humans.

He also said that it sounds interesting to him, and that it should be tested.

Dr. Deborah Birx said that she was speechless after Trump’s proposal. This went viral, and social media is filled with mems about the topic. It seems that everyone is laughing at Trump, who is constantly saying the opposite to the experts.


A few doctors warned the citizens not to inject themselves with disinfectants and not to use the UV lights, however they were apparently not heard by some people.

The results of Trump’s reckless speech were mostly seen in Illinois where people tried this, despite the expert’s advice.

Stop Coronavirus: Make your own Disinfectant

Corona took the world by storm, making disinfectants one of the most valuable items on the market today.

Taking care of your personal hygiene and living space is vital in preventing the spread of the virus.

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Protect yourself and others by regularly cleaning the objects and surfaces that you frequently come in contact with, let the air flow to get rid of the potentially infectious dust, and wash your hands frequently.


Here are some products you already have at home which can help you combat the virus:

Kitchen disinfectant

All you need to make this spray is some vinegar, water and lemons. Vinegar is widely known for its cleaning properties. It has a strong smell, and that is why we use lemon.


Mix vinegar and lemons in a 50:50 ratio to get rid of the smell, and leave it for two weeks. Eventually, you will have a homemade disinfectant without spending any money.

Ecological disinfecting spray

If waiting for two weeks is too long for you, you can swap out lemons for essential oils.

Make an aromatherapy disinfectant at home by following these steps:

  1. Mix 1/3 of alcoholic vinegar and 2/3 of distilled water and put the liquid in a spray bottle
  2. Add 10-15 drops of lemon essential oil

These sprays are also effective for disinfecting your hands as well as surfaces.

Can Disinfectant Kill Coronavirus?

The newest studies show that coronavirus can survive on metal, glass, or plastic for up to nine days. When scientists analyzed viruses similar to coronavirus, such as SARS and MERS, they came to the conclusion that these viruses can survive up to nine days on surfaces like glass, plastic, or metal. More specifically, these viruses can be contagious on these surfaces. The temperature between 30 and 40 degrees decreases its infectiveness. An interesting fact is that coronavirus couldn’t be destroyed by typical household cleaning products. Only the bleach was able to destroy it in one minute. However, washing your hands is better than disinfection.

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The studies show that water and soap work more effectively than washing gels. The gels used for disinfection must contain at least 60% alcohol. However, using too much disinfection isn’t right as well.

According to doctors, handwashing with soap and water is still the best way to prevent transmission of the virus.


The reason for that is that the novel coronavirus is thought to spread primarily by people and their respiratory droplets.

Precisely, person-to-person transmission is most common.