Varigard Tech, Proven to Prevent the Tactile Spread of SARS-CoV-2, B.1.617.2 - DELTA Variant

04 August 2021 | Wednesday | News

Varigard's protective Hand Sanitizing lotion prevents the tactical spread of SARS-CoV-2, B.1.617.2 for two hours and for over 20 hours with its organic Surface Spray
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Image Source : Public Domain

Varigard and Synergy Laboratories have announced the test results of an advanced hand sanitizing gel and surface disinfectant. The test results illustrated that the Varigard hand sanitizer is able to sequester SARS-CoV-2, B.1.617.2 (Delta Variant), and prevent its tactile transfer for two hours after initial application. Also, the same results were achieved with its organic surface spray, which continues to sequester for over 20 hours after initial application. In other words, Varigard products prevent the spread of SARS-CoV-2 Delta Variant to or from surfaces or people by touch. These products contain patented organic polymers that also encapsulate the alcohols and prevent them from being absorbed into the skin.

Under the supervision of Synergy Laboratories, a protocol was developed to test whether Varigard products could sequester (physically trap) and prevent the transfer of SARS-CoV-2 for extended periods of time. "We continue to work on safe and effective ways to fight these emerging COVID strains," said Mike Paolillo, CEO of Varigard. "It's a shame that our technologies have to be classified as 'sanitizers' since we are much, much, more. Our latest tests show our technology is just as effective on the rampantly spreading Delta variant as it has been on all the strains we have previously tested against." 

Sequestration Lab Results Can Be Reviewed Here

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