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The Threat of Cross-Contamination Requires Personnel to Keep Writing Processes Sanitary

The virus that causes COVID-19, is mostly spread by respiratory droplets released when people talk, cough, or sneeze. It is very possible that a person can get COVID-19 by touching a surface or object that has thValuBran Disposable Barrier Sleeves for Pense virus on it and then touching their own mouth, nose, or possibly their eyes.

Highly contagious and viable on surfaces for long periods of time, cross-contamination has inevitably aided the spread of the coronavirus, an infectious pathogen, from coast to coast in just months. This new health event has brought a new level of heightened conscious to touching publically shared items and surfaces. It has also created an ever growing collection of really cheap pens for many folks!

Many businesses are taking extra precautions to ensure the physical safety and mental well-being of guests. Rather than sanitize and re-use pens, people are being told just to keep the pen they barely used. I don't know how much these pens cost, but even at $0.25 each it has to be expensive.

Taking extra precautions to reduce the potential for cross-contamination will arguably be the new norm for some time. providing individuals with a greater opportunity to continually add to their collection of cheap pens! But here's the deal, they're so cheap and abundant, I wonder how many people will opt to just leave the pen behind not realizing the consequences or risks associated with this action?


The public health threat posed by covid-19, commonly shared items such as pens, touch screens, tablets, clipboards, registration tables and keyboards used during sign-in events or kiosh stations are a concern for potential infection from cross-contamination. You do not have to sneeze or cough on a surface to transmit disease-causing organisms. According to scientists studying virus movements on surfaces in office buildings is that when you touch a surface with a virus or bacteria on it (door handle) you then you place it on another surface like a keypad.  You then go home or to another location and touch the table moving it to another location.

Popular and common catalysts to the spread of infection are commonly touched and shared items such as keyboards, computer mice, remote control devices, tablets and pens! Disposable barrier products safeguard against cross-contamination and elevate infection control levels easily, quickly and affordably. Barrier products are very versatile and can be used to cover and protect just about anything in the operatory, showroom, exam room, production area, library, automotive service/sales, hotel/hospitality and election polling places.

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