David Terrell, who owns an agricultural spraying company, figured his talents and machinery would translate well to stopping the spread of coronavirus, so he got permission from the city of Wauchula, Florida, to regularly spray a hydrogen peroxide mist on the town's streets and other surfaces. "I think every city in the damn United States needs to be doing it, no questions asked," he tells FOX 13 News. "I was listening to the different doctors. They were talking about how the virus can stay airborne and I’m like, 'Dang, so can I.'" Terrell then added, "What goes up comes down. You didn’t use up your bullet. Your bullet still is going to react when it hits the booger down on the floor."
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