Welcome to Ozinize. Stay safe from COVID-19 with our disinfecting products. We live in unprecedented times. Not since the Influenza outbreak of the 1920s has the world faced such a global pandemic. It is estimated that over 500m, over a third of the world’s people, were infected during four waves. Over fifty million people lost their lives.
Thankfully, the COVID-19 pandemic has been handled with much greater success. Advances in science, medicine, healthcare, nutrition, education, and logistics have made the world much better prepared.
As a nation, we need to be socially responsible and take action. We need to set up best practices and make our home and working environments safe.
And we at Ozinize are doing our part.
Currently, Hospitals & Food Processing facilities have been using disinfecting doormats and shoe-sanitizing stations for years. They have always been aware of the dangers of germs and viruses that can easily be picked up from footwear. With a virus as prevalent as the coronavirus that causes Covid-19, a disinfecting doormat is a crucial weapon in reducing your risk of infection.
Also It is simple to use and set up, disinfecting doormats have been clinically proven to reduce the spread of germs and viruses, including Covid-19. In the current world situation the only thing we can do is try to minimize the risk of infection, disinfecting doormats play a large part in helping us achieve this.
Covid-19 has changed our lives. Lockdowns and social distancing have become the new normal.
But there are steps you can take to keep your environment and family safe. We are committed to researching and finding the tools and technology to help you deal with the Covid-19 crisis.
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