Respiratory viruses pose an ongoing healthcare challenge and a persistent risk to the global economy. Among these viruses, SARS-CoV-2 and the influenza virus have established themselves as endemic, recurring at regular intervals. We have devised a methodology that enables the inactivation of these viruses suspended in aerosols using radiated microwaves. Given that theradio frequency wave emission system we employed adheres to safe power levels in accordance with the specific absorption rate standards and regulations established by the majority of countries globally, it is justifiable to conduct testing in both confinedand open environments. This exploration aims to identify devices suitable for daily usethat can complement the safety precautions currently employed, with the objective of further enhancing safety measures.