How to win the Third World-War

With the outbreak of Covid19, the world has come across some uncommon words like quarantine and uncommon practices like sanitization. For those who are thinking that sanitization has always been a part of our lives and there’s nothing new about it, let’s begin with differentiation cleaning and sanitizing. Cleaning is the act of removing visible dirt, oil and chemical residue from a surface while sanitizing is reducing the number of microorganisms up to a level. The act of effective cleaning is called sanitization.

Everything that comes in contact with food directly must be sanitized properly. To start with, your hands! Ever since people have learned about the coronavirus, the primary step we’re told to follow is to wash our hands as much as possible. Mopping the floor harder than usual, rinsing fruits & vegetables more vigorously, rubbing all the doors and handles frequently and constantly cleaning the dust off is now the need of the hour.

Forget the missiles and the ammunitions, a little bottle of sanitizer would save the world better. In the third world war of humans vs the virus, what can guard and protect us is our self-hygiene. Disinfectants, phenyls, sanitizers, room sprays, rubbing and scrubbing is the biggest life insurance today. It’s 2020 and we are learning “how to wash our hands properly” like we’re starting from scratch. If only the humans understood that “their life is in their hands”, the global progress wouldn’t have come to a standstill.

Forget the missiles and the ammunitions, a little bottle of sanitizer would save the world better. In the third world war of humans vs the virus, what can guard and protect us is our self-hygiene. Disinfectants, phenyls, sanitizers, room sprays, rubbing and scrubbing is the biggest life insurance today. It’s 2020 and we are learning “how to wash our hands properly” like we’re starting from scratch. If only the humans understood that “their life is in their hands”, the global progress wouldn’t have come to a standstill.

With the kind of carelessness and casual attitude we’ve shown, only serious sanitization can help us come out of the trap. From your little hands to the entire premise, don’t just clean, SANITIZE! Let’s kill those microorganisms; we don’t need them, we aren’t curd!

 

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