On Thursday September 18th two events were hosted at Innovation Park by Medizone’s President and Director of Medical Affairs, Dr. Michael Shannon.
The first event was a live presentation demonstrating the use of AsepticSure inside a portable field hospital setting such as would be used in Africa to help in the fight against Ebola.
Present for the demonstration were representative(s) from Medecins San Frontieres (Doctors without Borders), the Canadian Red Cross, Canadian Military and others. The event was well attended by the press.
An actual run of the surrogate for MERS-coronavirus was performed. MERS-CoV is considered more difficult to eradicate than Ebola. There is not a known study surrogate for Ebola, thus the use of MERS-CoV for the demonstration.
Following the first event, a Webinar was then held for shareholders. Unfortunately there were technical difficulties with the Webinar and thus it is not possible for us to post a link to it on our website.
A number of print articles on the first event were published, and there was television coverage of the event as well.
Here is a link to one of the articles. This was published by The Journal, a publication of Queen’s University: