*I can't see 'hypochlorous acid' on the list...
No, what you will find is Diversey's 'Chlorine Granules 500gm', Ecolab and Guest Medical's 'Chlorine releasing tablets with detergent'. Unfortunately although all three products list the active ingredient as sodium troclosene (another name for NaDCC) on their Material Safety Data Sheets, they also have added ingredients which prevent them from being used in any other way than as a general purpose, albeit powerful detergent. You can't use these products topically (on the skin), or for fogging, which is safe to do around people if pure hypochlorous acid is used.
Novel Coronavirus Covid-19 v4 DCP 6th March 2020
World Health Organization Guidelines for Drinking-Water Quality, 3rd edition including 1st and 2nd addenda, 2008 - Sodium Dichloroisocyanurate as NaDCC
Joint ILO/WHO Guidelines on health services and HIV/AIDS p.80 Ref: NaDCC = hypochlorous acid