CBS News was one of the first national news organizations to report on the hotspot glass that is being used to keep out the flu.
The glass, created by Glasser Glass, is a combination of an old-school metal plate and a protective layer of glass, designed to keep the flu virus at bay.
The glass protects against airborne particles from airborne particles that can make it difficult for people to breathe.
It’s designed to protect against the virus and other respiratory illnesses like pneumonia, bronchitis and meningitis.
Glasser Glass says that the glass can reduce flu-related respiratory illnesses and deaths by about 15 percent, depending on the severity of the disease.
But the company isn’t saying exactly how many people will benefit from using the glass.
The FDA is also evaluating the effectiveness of the glass for preventing infections.
Glass said in a press release that the product is proving very popular with the public.