hygiene, sanitizer gel

Hydroalcoholic gel is an effective weapon against influenza in schools for both teaching staff and students. The flu, like any other viral disease, is highly susceptible to reaching epidemic levels in schools during the most critical times of the year. The lack of awareness of the youngest students when it comes to preventing infections and…

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hygiene, sanitizer gel

When traveling, you should follow certain rules to have good hand hygiene. Thus, you will avoid 90% of the diseases that the traveler catches abroad. The turista is not a fatality! The rules are simple: drink bottled water, eat well-cooked food and … wash your hands. Yes, this step that your parents taught you as…

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disinfectant, clean and disinfect, Prevent contamination ,disease, germs, surfaces

We mistakenly think that when we also clean disinfect. But, on the other hand, both processes involve very different results. We also consider that a place or object is clean, when we do not find visible dirt. But this hygiene is superficial since at first glance we can not detect the germs and bacteria that…

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handwashing, disease control, medical

Washing your hands properly is necessary to avoid skin infections or gastrointestinal diseases, said Dr. Morayta Ramírez, head of the infectology service at the National Medical Center November 20. “Everything we interact with every day is full of bacteria, a cell phone, for example, has 30 times more bacteria than a toilet, there are bacteria,…

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school hand hygiene, hand foot mouth disease

Recently, Shanghai is in the epidemic period of hand, foot and mouth disease. There are sporadic cases in schools and kindergartens, and there are serious clustering diseases. At this time, what should parents do? The CDC has written the following FAQs based on current problems in prevention and control and parents’ questions. Q1: Where can…

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Norovirus, prevention, hygiene

Norovirus, also known as Norovirus, is highly infectious and mainly transmitted by the intestines. It can be transmitted through contaminated water, food, articles, air, etc., often in densely populated places such as schools, restaurants, hospitals, and nurseries. Causes concentrated disease. Norovirus infectious diarrhea is a self-limiting disease. There are no vaccines or special effects at…

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