Prevent UVC rays from harming the human body
Human body damage caused by UVC ultraviolet rays is the eyes and bare skin. Short-term high-intensity irradiation can burn eyes and skin, and long-term high-intensity irradiation can even cause skin cancer.
The penetration of UVC is extremely weak, and ordinary transparent glass, clothes, plastic, dust, etc. can be completely blocked. Therefore, wearing glasses (if you don't have glasses, avoid looking directly at the ultraviolet light) and covering your bare skin as much as possible, you can protect your eyes and skin from UVC ultraviolet rays.
Short-term exposure to ultraviolet light is like sun exposure in the hot sun. It is not harmful to the human body.
Prevent UVC damage:
1) Wear glasses (either ordinary glass or resin lenses are acceptable);
2) Avoid looking directly at the ultraviolet light;
3) Wear long-sleeved clothes to cover bare skin such as hands;
4) Use objects around you to block ultraviolet rays, such as walls, furniture, curtains, books, newspapers, etc.;
5) Avoid long-term exposure to ultraviolet rays. Short-term exposure will not harm the human body.