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  • noun viricide

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  • noun an agent (physical or chemical) that inactivates or destroys viruses

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Examples

  • Clay Goddard, assistant director of health at the Springfield-Greene County Health Department says, if it's truly a virucide, it'll probably work, but he worries what's inside the can might not do what the outside says it will.

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  • Clay Goddard, assistant director of health at the Springfield-Greene County Health Department says, if it's truly a virucide, it'll probably work, but he worries what's inside the can might not do what the outside says it will.

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  • Clay Goddard, assistant director of health at the Springfield-Greene County Health Department says, if it's truly a virucide, it'll probably work, but he worries what's inside the can might not do what the outside says it will.

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  • Clay Goddard, assistant director of health at the Springfield-Greene County Health Department says, if it's truly a virucide, it'll probably work, but he worries what's inside the can might not do what the outside says it will.

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  • Clay Goddard, assistant director of health at the Springfield-Greene County Health Department says, if it's truly a virucide, it'll probably work, but he worries what's inside the can might not do what the outside says it will.

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  • Clay Goddard with the Springfield Greene County Health Department says if it's truly a virucide, it'll probably work, but he worries what's inside the can might not do what the outside says it will.

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  • Superintendent Jacqueline Forbes said that while the school uses a natural disinfectant and virucide as part of its custodial routine, she extended that to encompass buses last week.

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  • Superintendent Jacqueline Forbes said that while the school uses a natural disinfectant and virucide as part of its custodial routine, she extended that to encompass buses last week.

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  • Clay Goddard with the Springfield Greene County Health Department says if it's truly a virucide, it'll probably work, but he worries what's inside the can might not do what the outside says it will.

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  • Clay Goddard, assistant director of health at the Springfield-Greene County Health Department says, if it's truly a virucide, it'll probably work, but he worries what's inside the can might not do what the outside says it will.

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