With the announcement of the pandemic and the rapid spread of COVID-19, many disinfectants and those presented as disinfectants appeared on the market. Their main task is to destroy viruses and bacteria from the surface of the hands or some other surface, but not all disinfectants are effective in the fight against microorganisms. How to identify what may be called disinfectant and which ones are effective, find out in this article.
The new SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus causes COVID-19 disease, named after the virus type and the year in which it emerged – Corona virus disease 2019. It appeared in late 2019 in the capital of the Chinese province of Hubei, Wuhan. In just a few months, it has spread globally and today more than one million people are infected worldwide. The numbers continue to rise and the virus is spreading at an incredible rate and is a global threat. Therefore, it is not surprising that the authorities of many countries have decided to quarantine or restrict the movement of citizens. For now, there is no cure for SARS-CoV-2, and the only way to heal is to get over the disease with your own immune system. Everything about how this virus came about, how long it incubated, what the symptoms are, and how to protect yourself from the virus, find out in the text below.
During the winter and the season of the virus, you will significantly reduce your risk of infection by using disinfectants. They will remove the virus from your hands or the various surfaces we often touch, reducing the spread of the infection. Disinfectants work thanks to the active substances contained in them, and the most common that Croatian Institute of Public Health also recommends are disinfectants with hydrogen peroxide, alcohol or benzalkonium chloride. Through today’s text we will introduce you to the active substances in disinfectants, and which species is best for use in the age of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.