Not Clean Air Again!!

Absolutely and no apologies.

Medical grade clean air and surface hygiene can improve your health and save you money.

The good news is that we are getting to grips with Covid but it has not gone away, and it was never the only threat.

We all know clean water is good, so is clean air and you need a lot more of it. It helps you stay well but it also helps with things like children’s ability to learn, as well as helping with their physical wellbeing.

The three links at the end of this blog to recent headlines show that countries which had very little Covid and those which had difficult Covid outbreaks are now faced by new Covid issues.

The best thing to do is to control viruses and other threats to personal and business health.

Medical grade clean air and surface hygiene achieves that 99.99% at a cost of between £1.99 and £395. 

To put things in perspective, the Lancet recently reported that

official COVID-19 death toll was 5.9 million between January 1, 2020, and December 31, 2021, the new study estimates 18.2 million excess deaths occurred over the same period, suggesting the full impact of the pandemic may have been far greater. More than three times as many people may have died worldwide because of the pandemic than official COVID-19 death records suggest.

But we got over the Spanish Flu which was more than 4.5 times more deadly than Covid.

Spanish flu killed more than 50 million people in 1918-19, according to some estimates – the equivalent of 218.75 million based on the current world population.

(Estimates suggest that the world population in 1918 was 1.8 billion, the world population in 2021 is estimated to be 7.875 billion)

Never mind the Spanish flu, how about seasonal flu, which, without hitting the headlines, accounts for between 290,000 and 650,000 deaths worldwide every year out of around five million serious cases, according to the WHO.

An estimated 8 million working days are lost to flu annually. At a cost of £1.5 billion annually. In 2018 · a study of almost 32,000 workers across all UK industries revealed that employees lose, on average, the equivalent of 30.4 days of productive time annually due to sick days, or underperformance in the office because of ill-health.

The best thing to do is to control viruses and other threats to personal and business health.

For way less than the price of a cup of coffee a day.

Independent 22.3.13
‘One to keep an eye on’: Covid infections rise across the UK’

PA Media   22.3.14
China battles multiple Covid outbreaks driven by stealth Omicron

MSN 22.3.13
New Zealand divided over how to handle 20,000 daily Covid cases after years of barely any