Mayor Carolyn Goodman was one of the first to walk through the new Xtreme Opti-Clean Cube at a Tuesday luncheon for the Nevada Republican Club.

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- Mayor Carolyn Goodman on Tuesday tested out a disinfecting "cube" that is available on the Las Vegas Strip at the Ahern Hotel. 

The Xtreme Opti-Clean Cube, one of the first disinfecting tunnel of its kind, contains nozzles in its walls and floor that spray non-toxic disinfectant on the person walking through it. 

Goodman's walk through the cube came during a Nevada Republican Club luncheon, where the CEO of Xtreme Cubes, the Henderson-based company that developed the product, explained how it works. 

The cube also includes a temperature scanner that checks for fever, a common symptom of the coronavirus. The technology is designed to prevent spread of the virus, and might be available in other hotels and construction sites in 2020. 

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seanwally

From one nut job idea to a plain old nut job entering into it;)

Ginger

Everyone needs to be careful with what she does in your company. Her brain is already mostly fried from all the Botox and cosmetic surgery she undergoes. Go easy with this old girl, not much left of her

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