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  • Can the Frequent Use of Disinfectants cause damage to Disinfected Surfaces? – A Safe From Spread Mini-Guide Cleaning and disinfection have become a huge part of our lives, whether as businesses trying to keep their doors open or residential building owners trying to prevent a COVID-19 infection. Even with the arrival of the SAR-CoV-2 vaccines in 2021, we are likely to continue ... Continue Reading
  • Are the Current Guidelines for Spraying Disinfectants in Healthcare Settings Outdated? The guidelines for the cleaning and disinfection of healthcare facilities by government bodies globally advise against the use of spray disinfectants in healthcare settings. There is a major concern that spray disinfectants produce aerosols and are sometimes made up of ... Continue Reading
  • A Global Vaccine Apartheid – Lives before profits (COVID-19 Update) An adaptation of an article by Winnie Byanyima- UNAIDS Executive Director. Winnie Byanyima points out that nine months ago, many world leaders were all in support of declaring any COVID-19 vaccine as a global public good. However, as vaccines have begun to roll out in huge ... Continue Reading
  • The Effectiveness of Disinfectants against the New Variant of SARS-Cov-2: COVID-19 Disinfection Update In recent months, as several states in the United States are beginning to get a grip on the COVID-19 situation, scientists have stated that several new SARS-CoV-2 have started to spread globally. Depending on which news or article you’ve been reading, you have likely come ... Continue Reading
  • Disinfecting Restrooms in Public Places the Right Way during COVID-19 Even before there was a pandemic, public restrooms' safety and cleanliness have always been subjects of debate. Now that the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way everyone around the world lives, the use of public restrooms has become a more skeptical issue. We wrote this ... Continue Reading
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