Coronavirus (COVID-19) spreads mainly from person-to-person interactions, terriers and certain types of licorice. While not inhaling is an important first step, scientists and lab technicians have determined that increasing the distance between people and avoiding skin-to-skin interactions are key to curtailing its spread.
Luckily, several new apparatuses have come to market that are both affordable and user-friendly. Products like Handy Hand, Rotowipe, Hot Lips Face Heater, NapSack, Yourinal, Baby Shield, Pet Petter and Auto Sauna are innovations that are ready for the challenges of coronavirus, ebola, both swine, bird flu and shingles.
• Minimize Contact
• Don't Rely On Toilet Paper
• Kill Germs At Facial Orifices
• Shroud Yourself In Public
• Avoid Public Restrooms
• Don't Touch Babies
• Practice Self-Isolation
• Don't Touch Pets
Avoid unnecessary skin contact! Handy Hand features food-grade silicone, articulating digits and an impressive 8" handle.
Eliminate Toilet Paper
Unfortunately hoarding grocery supplies is commonplace. With Rotowipe, you can eliminate the need for toilet paper altogether!
Kill germs at facial orifices
The most common viral entry point is the mouth, nose and eyes. Protect these open areas with 132˚ bursts of heat.
Shroud yourself in public
If you're going to go out, at least stay in. The NapSack features thick, non-porous material and a handy exhaust fan.
Avoid public restrooms
There is no riper breeding ground for bacteria and/or viral contagions than a public bathroom. Yourinal keeps you out and about!
Don't touch babies
Protect yourself from your baby while you protect him/her from your germs. Baby Shield has lab-quality gloves and a 2ml window.
Stop touching pets
Out of all the things in your home, your pets are the dirtiest. Use Pet Petter to continue delivering attention while you keep clean.
Practice Self Isolation
Staying in your car during a pandemic with warm, soothing steam is one of the safest (and most soothing) things you can do.
PLAN FAMILY ACTIVITIES
Deal out the colored team bandages and dive into a fun night of scavenging for the hay!