RO and Clean Water Can Help Safeguard against COVID-19

Following severe sickness, hospitalizations, and hundreds of thousands of deaths from COVID-19 in China and around the world, new prevention measures are being embraced and different ways of living safely are being adopted. 

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While some businesses have altered work strategies to allow staff to work from home and use teleconferencing in place of face-to-face meetings to minimize the risk of spreading the virus, other businesses have re-opened with new procedures in place like temperature checks despite the challenging circumstances. People everywhere are wearing face masks, practicing social distancing, and sanitizing shared spaces to protect themselves during the pandemic.

They are also being more careful with the food and drinks they are consuming. For this reason, many people are turning to clean water to stay healthy and safe from the coronavirus. They are washing their hands thoroughly with soap and water, which helps prevent the spread of the invisible threat, and they are staying hydrated, which helps maintain a healthy immune system.

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According to the World Health Organization, disease-causing pathogens, like bacteria and common germs, may be found in water. Although boiling water eliminates some of these pathogens, it does not get rid of heavy metals and harmful viruses. Fortunately, more effective ways, like Reverse Osmosis, successfully eradicate them.

Reverse Osmosis is a water purification process that uses a partially permeable membrane to remove bacteria and other contaminants from drinking water. Through a simple filtration process, the pressure pushes water through this semipermeable membrane, removing impurities and producing clean water.

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The benefit of Reverse Osmosis is safe drinking water free from exposure to contaminants, including lead, copper, and bacteria in viruses. Even bottled water, which is filtered, may still contain certain minerals and pollutants.

Responsible businesses that want to protect their staff from viruses found in office pantries use Reverse Osmosis filtration systems to reduce the risk of illness, improving health by staying hydrated with clean, pure water while also encouraging peace of mind during these uncertain and worrisome times. People who want to maintain the health of themselves and their families use Reverse Osmosis filtration systems in their kitchens for sterile, safe drinking water. 

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In today’s environment, impacted and changed by COVID-19, the importance of clean water cannot be underestimated. It is vital for everyone everywhere. Not only is it essential to remain safe from the coronavirus, but it is also an essential part of everyday life needed to maintain good health. With nearly two-thirds of the human body consisting of water, it is evident that clean drinking water provides nourishment, helps preserve healthy organs, and supports blood flow to transport oxygen and nutrients throughout the body.

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