Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in California is developing a possible coronavirus treatment based on UV rays. Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) is testing UV light solution to sterilize passenger aircraft. And, Boeing has developed a self-cleaning lavatory on planes — using UV light.

But President Trump mentioned the possibility of this treatment at a press conference, so now, according to YouTube, it needs to be censored.

Via i24News.

YouTube removed a video Friday touting an ultraviolet-based medical platform as a possible treatment for COVID-19 coronavirus.

The video in question was posted by Aytu BioScience, a publicly-traded special pharmaceutical company focused on “commercializing novel products,” after the White House said there was evidence humidity and ultra-violet light could greatly affect the virus.

It promoted a product called Healight, developed by Californian Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and exclusively licensed to Aytu BioScience, as per a press release published April 20.

The Google subsidiary took down the clip for “violating community guidelines” after being flagged by a New York Times reporter.

Previously, YouTube said it was going to take down coronavirus content that did not follow the World Health Organization’s guidelines on COVID-19…..

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  1. Cynthia says:

    Um, humidity and UV light affects ALL viruses.
    Can all the doomsayers quarantine themselves and let us live in peace?
    Oh wait, we can’t because they are letting out half the country’s violent criminals; just read about Orange County releasing 7 sexual predators and the jail population is down 45% since 7 March.

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