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A zoonotic disease, monkeypox was originally transmitted from animals to humans. It causes symptoms similar to but milder than those of smallpox, which was declared eradicated in 1980.
Human-to-human transmission of monkeypox generally occurs through direct contact with skin lesions, bodily fluids, or contaminated items, such as sheets or clothing, that have been in contact with fluids or sores.
Following exposure, symptoms typically develop within 5 to 21 days and include a fever, swelling of the lymph nodes, body aches and fatigue, as well as a rash of bumps and blisters.
When rare or novel viruses cause outbreaks of disease, there are few disinfectants that have been tested and registered by the EPA for use against that specific pathogen. Our skilled professionals have superior knowledge in regards to what solutions work best for each individual case.
To prepare for situations like these, EPA Released a List of Disinfectants for Emerging Viral Pathogens (EVPs) Including Monkeypox. All products with EVP claims have been tested against viruses that are more difficult to kill than monkeypox.
Electrostatic disinfection uses a specialized sprayer to ensure the most complete disinfecting coverage possible. Electrostatic sprayers apply a positive charge to liquid disinfectants as they pass through the nozzle. The positively charged disinfectant is attracted to negatively charged surfaces, which allows for the efficient coating of hard nonporous surfaces. .
The solutions that we use are 100% environment-friendly and non-toxic.
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