December 8, 2020
First, I hope your family, neighbours and friends are all healthy and safe. The purpose of this article is not to sell you anything. It is to allow you to understand the importance of disinfection before and after the vaccines are incomplete implementation.
Let’s start with why we believe that everyone needs to be diligent, even though there is a vaccine. Remember the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) was first discovered in Asia in February 2003. The outbreak lasted approximately six months as the disease spread to more than two dozen countries in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia before it was stopped in July 2003. Globally, WHO received reports of SARS from 29 countries and regions; 8,096 persons with probable SARS resulting in 774 deaths. In the United States, eight SARS infections were documented by laboratory testing and an additional 19 probable SARS infections were reported. Then again in April 2009 when the H1N1 influenza A was around. There were vaccines invented in October of 2009 to protect both humans and animals. Go to this link to read about what the vaccines do
Speed up to 2020; we had a vaccine in 2009 and 11 years later we now have another issue –with COVID arriving in North America, apparently in January of 2020. In my opinion, if we had a proper disinfection process in place, regardless of what pandemic was arriving, we would have been better equipped and protected. Had people washed their hands, disinfected everywhere, and made sure they were protected, we would have been safer today. If we had a program of prevention, rather than reaction, we would have been in a much better position.
Now, don’t get me wrong; I am not saying COVID would have been solved with disinfection. I am saying we would have had better protection and probably fewer cases. I, myself have been very fortunate. I have been disinfecting for years and have not had to visit the doctor, other than regular checkups or because of occasional aches and pains.
We disinfect our water and our entire household with our products, without using chlorine or harsh chemicals. Our daughters had never tasted chlorine until they went to a restaurant with friends. They asked me, “Dad is their not a way you can get restaurants to get rid of the chlorine in their water?” Children are honest and have an opinion that we should maybe listen to once in a while. Many great ideas have come from young minds in the world.
We believe that disinfection will continue to be important ~ ALWAYS. The world has already changed and we must adapt. We need to change how we think. Is it money or our health that is more important? Personally, the value of good health has always outweighed the cost of maintaining it. You will not be able to enjoy your money if you do not have your health. Stay safe, keep disinfecting, and follow directions of the medical professionals. And do not look at the disinfection process as an expense; look at it as a necessity. Because nowadays it really is.