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5 Hand Sanitizers To Help Prevent the Coronavirus that Meet FDA Requirements

As the coronavirus spreads with new cases around the world, including the United States, many Americans are wondering what they can do for prevention.

Although there is currently no vaccine for the coronavirus (Covid-19), the Centers for Disease Control has released guidelines to help prevent the spread of the disease. Their official recommendations include everyday precautions to help prevent the spread of this and other respiratory related diseases.

These official prevention tips from the CDC include:

  • Avoid frequent touching of your mouth, nose, and eyes.
  • Stay inside, at home, if you are sick
  • Cover cough or sneeze with a tissue, and promptly throw the tissue away
  • Avoid coming into contact with people who may or are sick
  • Clean and disinfect common objects and surfaces that maybe frequently touched with typical household cleaning products
  • In terms of using a facemask, at this point the CDC recommends those who are showing symptoms of the coronavirus to wear one, while those who do not have symptoms do not necessarily need one.
  • Wash your hands often for at least 20 seconds with both soap and water, especially after using the restroom, before eating, blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing.

While hand washing is the recommended method to keep your hands clean, the CDC says if hand sanitizer is the only option to use an alcohol based sanitizer that is manufactured with at least 60% alcohol.

As Americans go on with their daily lives, hand sanitizer can be a useful, on-the-go solution. This maybe especially important at public events, trade shows, marketing meetings, and conventions.

Promotional products are often given away to consumers at public events, and custom hand sanitizers are an effective marketing tool and a useful health related giveaway during these times.

With the CDC’s recommendation of the right type of hand sanitizers to use, we have put together our top 5 options that are all are under the CDC guidelines when trying to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, other germs and viruses.

The CDC recommends using a alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol content if hand washing is not available to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

Source : CDC Coronavirus Prevention Guidelines

The .5 oz personalize hand sanitizer is manufactured in the USA. It is a small version of the sanitizer that meets FDA requirements and has a 62% alcohol consistency. It is an inexpensive, but effective help in prevention of germs and the spread of virus.

The .34 oz. hand sanitizer spray pump comes in a wide selection of cap colors and has a light scent. It is a perfect product to fit in a purse, pocket, or bag.

The 1 oz. gel hand sanitizer is our larger version. It has 62% alcohol meeting the CDC requirements. The full color label is placed on the front of the bottle.

The USimprints 1 oz. Clip-N-Go personalized hand sanitizer includes a metal mini-carabiner and comes in black, red, blue, and clear caps to match. This is also falls under the CDC guidelines to help stop the spreads of virus and germs with a 62% alcohol content.

The USimprints 1 oz. spray hand sanitizer is a portable sized sanitizer made with 62% alcohol. It is manufactured in the USA and includes a full color label for your imprint. It also meets CDC minimum recommendations for helping reduce the spread of virus and germs.

More Information & Sources

Learn More About the Coronavirus from the Centers for Disease Control here.