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Vidaforce™ products (distributed exclusively by Vidafirst™) were developed as a personal viral defense system against the rapid spread of many viruses like the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2).

According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), SARS-CoV-2 and the disease it causes is named “coronavirus disease 2019,(COVID-19). On January 30, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the outbreak a “public health emergency of international concern,” and the coronavirus has since spread exponentially throughout the world. This is particularly due to the contact-spread component of the disease.

SARS-CoV-2 can survive on surfaces for days. One of the major ways the virus spreads is through hand-to-hand contact and through contact by touching a surface where the virus has landed and then touching one’s mouth, nose or eyes. The CDC recommends regular and thorough hand washing to help prevent the spread of the disease, but hand washing only kills the virus already on one’s hands. The likelihood of viral contact is expanding daily.

Vidafirst has developed two essential products under the Vidaforce™  line. The first is “Your Invisible Glove”™, which includes antibacterial soap that ensures the best and most thorough cleaning possible by killing the virus with a professional-grade cleanser.

The problem has become that people believe if they wash their hands or sanitize them with an alcohol-based sanitizer, they are germ-free and will stay that way. From the second they are through washing or sanitizing they are immediately susceptible again. People unknowingly touch a contaminated surface or touch someone and become contaminated.  A continuing virus-killing screen of protection is the only solution to the problem.  Vidaforce™  Your Invisible Glove™ provides a minimum of four hours of virus-killing protection by using a unique, proprietary, and patented mode of action that penetrates the epidermis, the first layer of the skin, to provide continuous virus-killing protection. A normal glove can pick up and spread the virus, but Vidaforce™  Your Invisible Glove™ kills the virus and continues to kill the virus for over four hours.

The second product in the Vidaforce™  line of products is the “Vidaforce Mask Spray”™, which renders almost any personal protective mask virtually impenetrable to the virus. However, simply wearing a normal mask may help in stopping you from spreading the virus, but when you wear the Vidaforce™ nano-copper coated mask along with the “All-in-One” Vidaforce™ virus killing sanitizing Mask Spray you are using the next generation of virus protection!

The Problem

Coronavirus spreads mostly through tiny droplets of viral particles. These attach to surfaces, which people then touch with their hands, spreading the virus, which enters the body through the eyes, mouth, or nose.  Preliminary research also suggests that those germs may survive for days when they attach themselves to countertops, handrails, and other hard surfaces. The virus can sometimes survive on indoor surfaces for more than 7 to 9 days. In general, COVID-19 will survive for longer time periods on non-porous (water resistant) surfaces, such as stainless steel and plastics, than porous surfaces, such as fabrics and tissues (National Health Service › UK Feb 18, 2020).

Viruses cannot multiply on their own — they must infect the cells of a living creature. Because they aren’t actually living entities, using terms like “live” or “survive” to describe viruses outside the body can cause confusion, according to Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease.  Viruses outside the body can be better described as either infectious or identifiable — meaning the genetic material that was once inside the virus can be detected via a lab technique like polymerase chain reaction, or PCR. This is usually what advertisements for cleaning products are referring to when they say flu viruses can survive on surfaces for days on end.

Viruses are actually nonliving pieces of genetic code — DNA or RNA — covered in protein coats known as capsids. Flu viruses, such as COVID-19, and many cold viruses also have a viral envelope, meaning the capsid is covered by two layers of lipids similar to the cell membranes found on organisms.  An intact virus is necessary for an infection, but this propensity reduces over time as its capsid and viral envelope begin to degrade. Once weakened, the virus is less able to attach to cells and spread its genetic material. The key is the degradation of the protective layer surrounding the virus.