Ernest and Nimbus Nevoa

Earnest Cunningham and Nimbus. Source: Nevoa

As businesses, hospitals, schools, and other public venues look to reopen in the wake of the novel coronavirus, many are turning to disinfection robots. Several such robots use ultraviolet light, but Nevoa Life Sciences Holdings Inc. this week announced Nimbus, a system that it claimed takes a different approach to kill more of pathogens that cause healthcare-associated infections, or HAIs.

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