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  • Importance of Mask even after Vaccination: Livinguard Technology

    Published on January 14, 2021

    We must not forget the lessons that this pandemic has taught us. Even if people are vaccinated, they can be silent spreaders of the virus. So, the arrival of vaccine doesn’t really mean the end of the battle. Experts have pointed out that people would still have to follow safety precautions for the foreseeable future before we term COVID-19 a thing of the past. Many, including those who have been vaccinated, will still need to wear a mask.

    Suggested Talk Points Why people have to wear a mask even after getting vaccinated? What kind of masks should people wear to protect themselves even after vaccination is done Certifications for being completely biodegradable 1 Livinguard mask = 210 single use masks People may infect someone who is not being vaccinated Reinfection still remains a big question

    So, wearing mask and maintaining basic hygiene is the most important yet basic precaution.

    AN ENVIRONMENTAL CATASTROPHE:

    Livinguard’s hygiene products like reusable masks and gloves are treated with 100% Livinguard technology, have been proven to destroy >99.9% bacteria and viruses, including SARS-CoV-2. When it comes to continuous disinfection, no other facemasks are created with the same care and intense R&D as of Livinguard’s, even with due consideration for the environment. The masks are biodegradable causing no environmental hazard. These are reusable and washable up to 6 months, effectively replacing 210 single-use masks and gloves, thereby avoiding an environmental catastrophe due to single use non-biodegradable masks, gloves and PPE kits adding to the bio-medical waste across the globe.

    If you are doing any story in similar lines then please let us know. We would like to set up an interaction with you and Mr. Sanjeev Swamy, Inventor, Founder and CEO, Livinguard AG, based in Switzerland wants to share his valuable insights on the same.

    Masks are being manufactured in India (Bengaluru and Mumbai respectively)