First In The World To Be >99.99% Effective Against COVID-19

"Bravatek Solutions, Inc. (OTC Pink: BVTK) (“Bravatek” or the “Company”) announced February 27 that it has received a detailed report from its partner, Zoono, that the third party, independent laboratory tests undertaken against COVID-19 showed that Zoono’s Z-71 Microbe Shield (the same Zoono technology used in Zoono hand sanitizer) is > 99.99% effective against COVOID-19. The product sanitizes and kills the virus.COVID-19 has become a global concern, as it has been shown to survive on surfaces for up to nine days. Zoono products have been successfully tested against a variety of pathogens for up to 30 days on surfaces and 24 hours on hands.

Bravatek is spearheading the team and will begin immediately providing samples, as well as rigorous test and evaluation results to both military and government agencies for review, as already discussed in meetings with US government officials. While Zoono formulations have been previously tested against bovine coronavirus (the nominated surrogate for MERS), this latest strain required new testing. To that end, two separate tests were completed to EN Standard 14476:2013+A2:2019. The first was against Vaccinia; sometimes referred to as the “mother ship” of double enveloped viruses (that are particularly hard to inactivate), with the subsequent test against the nominated (and globally accepted) surrogate for COVID-19, feline coronavirus." 28 Feb, 2020 by Global Newswire

COVID-19 Can Stay On Surfaces For hours

"We learned that aerosolized, or suspended in-air virus, can stay persistent for three hours,” she said. ”And when we’re looking at inactive objects, such as stainless steel, and plastic, the virus can stay and live outside the body for two to three days, if not, longer.” 

The study also found the COVID-19 respiratory virus was able to stay on copper for up to four hours, and cardboard for up to 24 hours.

Findings suggest that it’s possible for individuals to acquire the virus through the air or after touching contaminated objects, even if they never touched a person who was infected.

“People may not be aware that even if they don’t shake hands with somebody, they may touch a surface that someone infected with the virus may have touched hours or days before,” said Dr. Desai. ”Doing this can spread the infection, not only to themselves, but everyone they come in contact with.” 26 March, 2020 by 13abc On Your Side

Cons Of Alcohol Based Hand Sanitizer

"A Purdue University study, however, concluded that while alcohol-based hand sanitizers may kill more germs than plain or triclosan-based soaps, they do not prevent more infections that make people sick. Instead they may kill the human body's own beneficial bacteria by stripping the skin of its outer layer of oil.

The down side of the gel/alcohol products is their danger as poison, especially for young children who may ingest the gel by licking it off their hands or eating it directly out of dispensers. Purell and Germ-X, two of the leading brands, each contain 62 percent ethyl alcohol. While this alcohol is what gives the products their germ-busting power, it also puts kids at risk of alcohol poisoning. A few squirts of the hand sanitizer — which is equivalent to124 proof booze — is enough to make a kid's blood alcohol level .10, which is the equivalent of being legally drunk in most states." 18 March, 2008

Safety & Side Effects Of Colloidal Silver Sanitiser

"You’re environmentally exposed to extremely small amounts of silver every day. It’s present in very tiny amounts in drinking water, the food supply and even the air you breathe. As a compound, the silver found in the environment is thought to be quite safe. However, the environmental and health risks of silver nanoparticles are not well understood, and ingesting colloidal silver is considered unsafe. The biggest risk associated with chronic exposure to colloidal silver is argyria.

Argyria is a condition that turns the skin a blue-gray color due to a buildup of silver metal particles in the body and skin. Silver deposits can also occur in the intestines, liver, kidneys and other organs. You are most at risk of developing argyria if you’re taking a silver-containing food supplement or work in a job that exposes you to large amounts of silver.

It’s thought that to develop argyria, you would have had to ingest silver compounds over a long period of time. However, the exact amounts and time frame that would put you at risk aren’t known. The real risks of ingesting nanoparticles, which may be present in colloidal silver products, are also unknown. However, given that these particles may more easily pass into your cells and possibly cross the blood-brain barrier, they are considered a probable health risk." 17 March, 2018

Why Common Household Germs Matter?

"Micro-organisms are vital to humans and the environment, but some are harmful to us. These are commonly referred to as germs. "Germ" is a catch-all term for these invisible organisms – mainly bacteria, fungi and viruses – which cause disease.

To protect you and your family from germs, hygiene experts say you should focus your cleaning efforts on germ hotspots in the home, such as cleaning cloths, sponges and chopping boards. Find out how to prevent germs from spreading.

Germs mainly enter the home on people, food and pets. Once they're in, they can spread from person to person, or from person to surface and back again (cross-contamination).

Many of these germs are caught in the home. According to a World Health Organization report in 2003, about 40% of reported food-related outbreaks of infection in Europe occur in the home." By NHS UK