The world is losing millions of lives due to Covid-19. We cannot leave our homes, either for work or for enjoyment. Life has become difficult, as everything is closed including borders which requires now a PCR travel test. And people have no clue when we will be relieved of this disease. The World Health Organisation is sitting hopelessly as well. The reason for this large spread is because we did not take the virus seriously when it struck before.
Coronavirus is considered to be an unimportant part of the curriculum in many medical universities around the world mainly due to lack of research and because of its complexity. Now, that this disease is upon us and killing people in thousands every day, we are regretting taking it lightly. The previous diseases were the wake-up call that we missed. If proper measures had been taken at that time, we might not be in this mess.
Since we are already in this pandemic, we have been told about the importance of preventive measures to protect ourselves and our fellow man from this disease. The simple act of wearing face masks when going outside and regular use of sterilizer can help us prevent this disease. Hand protection solutions are a great way to kill germs on-the-go without the need for soap and water. Although soap and water remove most of the dust and sticky particles. Hand disinfectants are still a great way to release germs when you are unable to find access to soap and water.
Importance of Hand Cleanser
Health Care Workers
They are the front line soldiers in this fight against Covid-19. The protectors need the most shields themselves, hence PPE is of crucial importance to them. The biggest problem hospitals that do a test to result are facing is the shortage of these products. Because of the great amount of usage by doctors and nurses. If they hold back in using these protective measures, they could lose their lives as they are our keyworkers, working closest to the virus.
The Father that helped a hospital
Doctors deserve more than gratitude for their services towards us when we are unwell and bed-ridden. Chris, a resident of Texas has a daughter that fell ill when she was 2-years old. She was very sickly and visited the hospital ICU twice. Doctors helped her recover from the deadly flu and Chris was ecstatic beyond all comprehension as his little girl’s life improved dramatically.
Moreover, Chris decided to donate 6,100 gallons of hand sanitizer to the hospital that cured his baby girl. He found out that during this time of the Coronavirus pandemic that the best he could do for the health care workers (especially those who does PCR travel test often) is to provide them with something that could help potentially save their lives. This kind act shows his gratitude towards the healthcare professionals out there, saving our lives by risking theirs.