While we are still recovering from the viral outbreak of novel coronavirus, frequent disinfection will remain relevant in the year 2021 and beyond. Since convenient disinfection has been a hallmark of Cleanint products, Cleanint has started a fresh initiative of spreading valuable information to its readers via its blog section. We feel it is our responsibility to extend critical knowledge and the latest COVID updates to our readers.
The advent of the COVID-19 pandemic increased the demand for UV-C disinfection equipment in all sorts of places including, hospitals, workplaces, schools, and homes. Although research is still underway on COVID-19, it is currently believed to possess characteristics remarkably similar to other coronaviruses. Scientific data shows us that a 254nm dose of UV-C light at 50mJ/cm2 can eliminate the COVID-19 virus by 99%. This is why CleanintUV is a popular choice among people who are looking for a portable, convenient, but reliable solution for their disinfection needs. The CleanintUV delivers a dose of over 190 mJ/cm2 in just 60 seconds.
COVID-19 Latest Updates
COVID-19 hospitalizations are an on-going concern for healthcare professionals. An unusually high number of positive COVID cases were observed on the 5th and 6th of January 2021, followed by a significantly increased number of reported deaths. After analyzing the data, experts predict that hospital admissions in the states of Georgia and Florida will increase throughout the month. Nevada and New York rank 2nd and 5th respectively in Covid-19 bed occupancy.
State-by-state reports show that New Jersey and New York have the highest number of deaths per capita, while Hawaii has the fewest. Connecticut and California are expected to see some relief near the end of January, while in Arizona new cases are high and continuing to rise. During this same time period rates have significantly dropped in the states of Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, and Nebraska.
Although the stats might indicate that COVID-19 is still rampant, we need to remain optimistic and vigilant at the same time. We are nearing the end of this pandemic as more and more vaccines roll out in various across the world. All we can do is try our best to limit the spread as much as we can by social distancing, wearing masks, frequently washing hands, and disinfecting objects we use. The last thing we want is to extend this horrendous nightmare!