If you are planning to move during the pandemic, it is likely that you have several concerns regarding the entire process.
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.
Washing hands plays an important role in promoting good hygiene. But maintaining good hygiene is not that easy, as people at times may not feel it is necessary to wash their hands every time after touching daily items.
Since the onset of COVID-19, experts around the world recommended that you should wash your hands regularly, maintain social distancing, and wear masks to reduce the spread of the virus.
Before the pandemic, all of us were quite oblivious to hand hygiene. We knew the significance of washing hands after using the bathroom but gave little thought to various other pathogens present on our hands or on the surface.
Due to the covid-19 outbreak, it is of utmost importance that you frequently disinfect and clean your house in order to keep your family healthy and safe.
The Coronavirus outbreak left us all feeling boxed up at our homes for months. However, with travel restrictions being eased and the hospitality industry opening up for tourists in the new normal, you can resume with your travel plans that you postponed last year.
Disinfecting and cleaning your hands regularly is one of the most important safety measures against COVID-19.
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.
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.