As the Coronavirus Pandemic has swept across the nation, one product is now being recognized as a daily necessity: hand sanitizer. Experts continue to state that the number one effective measure to prevent COVID-19 is through diligent hand-washing and sanitizing. However, make sure that your sanitizer is not spoiling.
It is convenient to keep a bottle of hand sanitizer in your vehicle so you may routinely disinfect your hands as you are out running errands and working, but experts are warning that leaving hand sanitizer for too long in a hot vehicle is not a good idea.
Dr. Greg Boyce, Associate Professor at Florida Gold Coast University told ABC News that if you are running a few errands it is fine to keep your sanitizer in your vehicle, but you should avoid leaving it in the vehicle indefinitely.
A car parked in direct sunlight can reach 113 degrees inside even in 70 degree weather. This spike in temperature can cause the alcohol to easily evaporate from your hand sanitizer, and as the alcohol content diminishes it becomes less effective.
Keep yourself and your loved ones safe by carrying the hand sanitizer indoors with you when you are going to be somewhere more than a few hours.
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New data from the University of Pennsylvania suggests that relaxing lockdowns across U.S. cities and states could have serious consequences for the country’s battle to contain the coronavirus, which has infected over a million people while killing more than 66,000 people.
According to the Penn Wharton Budget Model (PWBM), reopening states will result in an additional 233,000 deaths from the virus — even if states don’t reopen at all and with social distancing rules in place. This means that if the states were to reopen, 350,000 people in total would die from coronavirus by the end of June, the study found.
With multiple conflicting reports; there is one thing that is certain and that means for businesses to safely reopen, they will need to make sure they are providing a safe working environment for their employees and potential customers.
Apache Commodities Group understands this and has dedicated all of our resources to helping businesses, no matter how big or small, to secure Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) medical supplies for your business to get back to what you do best.
The best thing about Apache Commodities is that are delivery times are 4-7 days and the prices are inexpensive. Whether you order in bulk or small quantities we will treat you the same. We know you need the medical supplies now, and we will have the same urgency when fulfilling your order.
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Sugentech, the South Korean medical diagnostics company has already begun mass production of its antibody-based testing kits for COVID-19. The rapid test kit has already completed its registration with the FDA and is approved under the FDA’s Emergency Use Authorization (EUA). The company also acquired CD-IVD certification for shipment of product in European countries.
Utilizing Apache Commodities for distribution, the Sugentech Testing Kits are available for any individual or organization with enough inventory to meet growing demands.
Sugentech’s fast testing kit can detect infection within 10 minutes without a trained analyzer or analysis equipment. The SGTi-flex COVID-19 IgG/IgM is a gold nanoparticle-based immunochromatographic test kit for qualitative determination of COVID-19’s IgM and IgG antibodies in human blood, serum, or plasma. The test works with a blood sample with a low sample risk, as in the molecular diagnostic method (RT-PCR).
The diagnostic accuracy of fast testing kits reached 94.4 percent after a large-scale clinical trial in Daequ hospital involving 250 specimens. With the RT-PCR assay, health professionals could accurately detect and analyze even the tiniest amount of coronavirus.