Winters are a reminder of hot beverages, warm blankets, and the holiday season.
The pandemic has brought about various lifestyle changes, but the one thing that we need to stick to is maintaining good hand hygiene.
Returning to school is now among the biggest challenges and worries for parents about how to manage their kids’ safety in schools from infectious microbes living in the air.
In the wake of covid-19, masks have become an integral part of our lives. Wearing a mask is highly recommended to prevent your respiratory droplets from reaching others or vice versa.
Any alcohol-based hand sanitizer should at least contain 60% ethyl alcohol or isopropyl alcohol. What this does is, kills bacteria and viruses.
Many of us are trying to do our part by washing hands diligently and regularly to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus.
It’s almost a year now since the novel coronavirus initiated its takeover on the world and started spreading like wildfire.
Our homes may look clean and germ-free from the naked eye. However, the truth is that our heavenly adobe is a potential pathogen zone that may house several viruses, bacteria, and other harmful microbes under the roof.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) defines N95 mask as a respiratory protective device that is designed to achieve a close and comfortable fit.
Washing hands regularly and thoroughly with soap and water or disinfecting them with an alcohol-based sanitizer is one ofthe most important safety measures...
As we all know, the COVID-19 disease is still spreading like wildfire with many developed as well as developing countries reporting a large number of cases on a daily basis.