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Disinfection Sprayers Going to NH Ambulance Services

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Some 300 disinfection sprayers are going to be put in use by ambulance services throughout New Hampshire, officials said.

The Granite State Health Care Coalition is providing the funding for the devices, according to U.S. News & World Report.

The handheld device allows for 360-degree touchless disinfection and sanitizing. New Hampshire Bureau of EMS Chief Justin Romanello said the sprayers will help improve ambulance turnaround time.

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