PuraCleenRx has been approved by the EPA as an effective product against H1N1 Swine Flu as well as other strands of the flu virus.
“Claims from the EPA on Approved Disinfectants:
- Respiratory illnesses attributable to Pandemic 2009 H1N1 are caused by influenza A virus. These products (Xtreme Cleen and Disinfectant Spray) are broad-spectrum hard surface disinfectants that have been shown to be effective against (influenza A virus tested and listed on the label) and is expected to inactivate all influenza A viruses including Pandemic 2009 H1N1 (formerly called swine flu).
- These products (PuraCleenRx Disinfectant Spray and Xtreme Cleen) have demonstrated effectiveness against influenza A virus and are expected to inactivate all influenza A viruses including Pandemic 2009 H1N1 influenza A virus.”
One of the most effective preventative measures against flu season is to disinfectant all surfaces on a regular basis with an EPA approved product for the flu virus. Touching a surface with an active strand of the flu virus and then touching you nose or mouth is the most common way of contracting the flu virus. By keeping surfaces properly disinfected helps with your chances of avoiding the flu virus, even potent strands such as the Swine Flu and other Influenza A strands.
Learn more about the PuraCleenRx brand and its products.
2. Don’t Fear the Pork
On April 29, the CDC stated that “swine flu” would no longer be the proper term for this strain of flu. It is now being called “2009 H1N1 flu.” It doesn’t roll off the tongue as easily, but it’s more accurate and less offensive. For one thing, there isn’t any proof that suggests H1N1 flu actually makes pigs sick. And the H1N1 virus contains genes from swine, avian and human flus. The virus also cannot be spread through cooked pork foods — you CANNOT contract swine flu by eating hot dogs, bacon, cracklins or anything else that was once belonged to a pig. Nor will bringing pigs together and collecting them, as authorities did in Egypt, do anything to hinder the spread of the disease. H1N1 has propagated in humans and passes with ease from person to person. So disregard the bad rap given to pigs.