Attorney General ordered the company to stop selling lethal coronavirus devices

Attorney General ordered the company to stop selling lethal coronavirus devices

Posted: Mar 26, 2020 / 01:27 PM EDT / Updated: Mar 26, 2020 / 01:27 PM EDT

FILE – In this June 11, 2019, photo file, New York Times Editor-in-Chief Letitia James speaks during a news conference in New York. The state of New York, New York City, Connecticut and Vermont has challenged a new law and a new Trump administration ban on green cards for many immigrants using public assistance including Medicaid, food stamps and home loan. James, a Democrat, said the change was a “clear violation” of American values ​​and laws of 100 years. (AP Photo / Mary Altaffer, File)

NEW CTOR NEW YORK (NEWS10) – Attorney General Letitia James ordered several companies to stop selling fake coronavirus products on Thursday. The AG asked AllerAir Industries, Airpura Industries, and Sylvane Inc., which are aerospace companies, to stop and discontinue their sales as a device that could prevent the spread and fragmentation of coronavirus.

The companies already identified the COVID-19 suppliers as an airborne infection and that its air purifiers can prevent people from becoming infected by removing germs from the air, James said.

The AG said the three companies, which sell air purifiers between $ 900 and $ 1,500, say their products have anti-virus and anti-virus products as well. COVID-19. The World Health Organization (WHO) has recommended ‘air pollution’ for health workers around the AG hospital saying the facilities are not discriminatory and misleading customers.

Attorney General James also sued the New York-based business community, stopping information and stopping him from paying for over-the-counter soap, cleaning, and alcohol abuse that violates New York law.