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Disinfectants: Which Formulations For Hand And Indoors Will Get Rid Of Coronavirus?

COVID-19 infection scares most, if not all, of them. To prevent disease, WHO recommends frequent hand washing and the use of disinfectants. Alcohol, chlorhexidine, chlorine and some other drugs in a concentration of 70% will save from the coronavirus. But acids and alkalis (vinegar and soap) are used sparingly against it. Learn how to properly disinfect your hands and facilities. disinfectants for coronavirus


It is not necessary to come into contact with a sick person to become infected with the coronavirus. An infected person can cough into their palm and then pick up the handrail during transportation. The virus stays on the surface and remains active for several hours to a week. Touching an object with your hands and then rubbing your nose or eyes can become infected. You can bring the coronavirus into your home by using shoes, clothes or food from the supermarket.


Disinfectants destroy various bacteria, viruses, fungi. The range of antiseptics is very wide. Unfortunately, not all of them work against the new coronavirus. To date, it is reliably known that the coronavirus is killed: In 2 minutes – alcohol 70%, chlorhexidine 1%, sodium hypochlorite 0.01%. In 5 minutes: chlorhexidine 0.05%, chloroxylenol 0.05%, benzalkonium chloride 0.1%, povidone iodine 7.5%. In 30 seconds – isopropanol 45%, n-propanol 30% and mecetronium ethyl sulfate 0.2%, gels are based on 80-95% ethanol. for hands Hand disinfection is the first WHO recommendation for the prevention of coronavirus.


A person unconsciously touches his face with his hands about 23 times an hour. Therefore, it is important to keep them clean. It is best to wash your hands with soap and running water. While the coronavirus is removed mechanically, the skin becomes less dry. Treatment with aggressive substances adversely affects local immunity. If the hands are covered with cracks or sores, the virus can easily enter the body

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