We are excited to announce the introduction of our new patent-pending, certified green, ergonomically engineered no touch tool.
What is likely in the US is that we will see more restrictions placed on large gatherings as we approach the holiday season. The experts are saying that a full lockdown is highly unlikely in the US no matter how high COVID-19 cases grow to this fall and winter.
Throughout history, civilizations have believed in the power of copper to help keep themselves healthy. In ancient times, Egyptian and Babylonian soldiers found that scraping their bronze swords (made from copper and tin) into their wounds would often reduce infection. In India, water has long been stored in copper pots to help prevent illness.
According to a recent study by the New England Journal of Medicine (April 2020), the decay rate of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, was tested on multiple surfaces. The research indicated that it only remained on copper for four hours, but that it remained on various other surfaces for days at a time.
Many germs we can live with, but there are many more that can make us sick. We want to spend a little time talking about where germs live. When we think of germs and where they hide there are a few places that pop right up. Toilets, door handles, and light switches are obvious to most people. Viruses are one of the most common ways we humans pick up and pass along an illness.
It was not too terribly long ago we only heard about MRSA or it’s medically scarier name methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus getting picked up in hospitals. All kidding aside, this is a deadly superbug that spreads easily.