The virus is transferred mostly through close contact, most commonly through minute droplets created by coughing, sneezing, or talking. Rather than travelling vast distances in the air, the droplets normally fall to the ground or onto objects. Infection can also be contracted by touching a contaminated surface and then touching one’s face. It’s most contagious in the first three days after symptoms start, but it can also spread before symptoms occur and from those who don’t display symptoms. Real-time reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (rRT-PCR) from a nasopharyngeal swab is the usual method of diagnosis. CT imaging of the chest may be useful for diagnosis in those who have a strong suspicion of infection based on symptoms and risk factors; however, CT imaging is not recommended for routine screening.
Frequent hand washing, maintaining physical distance from others (particularly those with symptoms), quarantine (particularly for those with symptoms), cough covering, and keeping dirty hands away from the face are all recommended methods for preventing infection. Additionally, those who fear they have the virus, as well as their caretakers, should wear a face mask. Face-covering use by the general people is controversial, with some authorities advocating for it, others advocating against it (to save masks for healthcare staff), and yet others requiring it. In healthy people in the general population, there is limited evidence for or against the usage of masks (medical or otherwise).
With early knowledge of the new virus, we’ve begun to investigate how we may improve our existing germ and odour killer in order to prevent a potential pandemic. Our primary focus is on eradicating viruses and providing clean, safe air to both industries and end-users.
Then followed the virus’s rapid global spread, which brought travel to a halt. Shops, companies, schools, restaurants, and hotels have all been forced to close their doors. People are compelled to stay at home and shun public places. Nonetheless, life must go on, and people must get out of the house. As a result, these persons are at a greater danger. Masks were in short supply and became a regimental item for everyone, sick or not. The cost of protective gear skyrocketed, putting many people out of reach as they lost their jobs overnight.
Research and development
Our research and development focuses on how to maintain the living environment safer at home and how to assist people who need to be in and out of the house on a regular basis in not spreading the virus to their family members. We also consider how to clean each mask so that
it can be reused safely. We also wanted to lower the price of the product so that more people might profit from it.
About the company
G9 Germ Killer was born in March of 2020. We have effectively produced new and improved models while also lowering the product’s cost without sacrificing the product’s efficiency and efficacy. We were also successful in preventing the reuse of masks and disinfecting potentially virus/bacteria-carrying things such as keys, mobile devices, remote controls, and other such objects. We developed a model that can disinfect the entire region as well as the mask in a single unit.
We’d like to remind everyone that UV-C light isn’t a new technology; it’s been used for years by many professionals in institutions, hospitals, and central kitchens to disinfect both the premises and the equipment. UV-C light is also used in systems that are not visible to us, such as HAVC.
We calculate the potential detrimental effects of UV-C light on humans and animals exposed to it over time. As a result, we promise you that our product design has taken all of these factors and precautions into account. Our goods are simple to operate, ready to use, and do not require any professional understanding. Most importantly, humans and animals can safely coexist with the items while they are in use.
We endeavour to enhance our design, efficacy, and coverage on a regular basis. We hope you like our products and the benefits they provide. Stay safe, and together, we will defeat the pandemic.
Source : https://www.g9intl.com/