Our Denver Broncos are now disinfecting in a futuristic way.

The team installed a "misting booth" at the team facility to spray players in hopes of killing the COVID-19 virus.

If you could imagine a metal detector combined with a misting spray out of the top, then you can picture this new disinfecting device.

The Broncos went to Twitter on Monday to share the footage saying:

"Time for work. But first, we sanitize."

The booth is spraying "MicroSURE", a powerful nontoxic disinfectant that supposedly kills viruses like E.Coli, Staphylococcus aureus, and Coronavirus upon contact, according to TMZ.

You can watch the footage below.

A rep for the Broncos told TMZ, "The misting booth is an additional safety measure that sprays a safe, medical-grade disinfectant on players and their equipment when entering and exiting the practice field." Barstool Sports originally captioned a tweet saying that the Broncos had "solved" COVID with the contraption, but changed the caption after backlash on Twitter. This is now what their tweet says: "Imagine Thinking Coronavirus Stands a Chance Against Whatever the Hell This Thing at the Broncos' Facility Is."

Back in April, Broncos linebacker, Von Miller tested positive for coronavirus.

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