As we settle into lockdown number 3, we’re all by now very familiar with the guidance and regulations for limiting the spread of Covid-19. We’ve written previously about how hypochlorous acid, a key component of many of our products, is a powerful cleaning agent that is highly effective against a number of pathogensand we’ve previously written about this in context of the Covid-19 strain of coronavirus.
As the winter weather is really starting to take hold and temperatures are dropping, many of us are also going to be increasingly susceptible to other nasty germs, such as colds and flu, just like we would during any other winter. Similarly, to coronaviruses, these common coughs and colds are also spread through the expulsion of droplets from coughing or sneezing, and can settle on surfaces, or be spread from contact on the skin.
At a time when everyone is collectively feeling a heightened anxiety around health, we’re all looking for some reassurance of our own health and well-being, and that of our loved ones. Not only does this mean we’re wanting to prevent the transmission of Covid-19, but it also relates to the other more common bugs that often leave you feeling a bit rotten and miserable for a few days.
Whilst our social interactions are now limited once again, we can still continue to do our bit to be mindful of those who we are in contact with, to protect them and ensure they are feeling as well as possible during these chillier months.
Our range of powerful disinfection products are designed for use on surfaces and the skin, to reduce the likelihood of transmission of many types of germs, including colds and flu, whilst also remaining environmentally friendly, non-toxic and suitable for the whole family.
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As we approach the lifting of many restrictions we can look forward to sharing the things we’ve missed most with those we love to be with. If you need a reminder of the changes being made for the next few weeks always check the government website.
We often seeing increases in diseases according to seasonal changes. Some examples of this include the annual cycle of flu that often happens as people come together at the start of term in education environments.
his is a question we’ve all considered recently. Will things ever be the same again? Or are some of our behaviours and experiences changed forever?