How to Improve Workplace Hygiene During Covid 19

During the Covid-19 pandemic, hygiene in a workplace and other spaces where large numbers of people gather has become of high importance. The pandemic has shown us what can be improved in hygiene practices, even for the spaces where hygiene was on a high standard. Many employees have started working from their homes and will continue to do so when the pandemic is over. For the companies that are still working from offices, hygiene has become one of the most important everyday tasks, in order to protect their employees and customers. If you are looking for ways how to further improve hygiene in your workplace, we have created a list to help you. Read on to see how to improve workplace hygiene.

Cosmetic Wipes Sales Growth Marginally Sustained

The global cosmetic wipes market is expected to expand at a sluggish 2.8% CAGR throughout the forecast period between 2020 and 2030. Following the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, governments around the world have imposed restrictions on movement and transport. In addition, numerous non-essential businesses and industries including those in the beauty and personal care sector have been forced to temporarily suspend operations. These factors will moderately impact the cosmetic wipes market through the end of the pandemic.

Folded Tissues Sales to Soar

The folded tissues market is expected to reach a valuation of $45.1 Billon through the end of the projection period 2020 – 2030. The coronavirus outbreak has resulted in several thousand deaths around the world. While vaccine and antibiotic research for the disease continues apace, the global population remains fairly vulnerable. Consequently, hygiene and personal care products are gaining traction during the crisis period. In addition, folded tissues are easily accessible to the public, bolstering the scope of growth in the folded tissues market. On the other hand, panic buying behavior could create shortages in the industry.

Coronavirus and Your Vehicle – What Everyone Needs to Know

Coronavirus continues to be a global pandemic, effecting global economies, while also being responsible for many deaths around the world. Currently, there are over 1.2 million cases globally. In the United States there are 336,958 cases of infection as of April 5th. There are stay at home orders across the US and Canada. This weekend has also been alarming with the number of US deaths reaching over 8,000.