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Your health is our priority

Health and safety is our priority. Hygiene and prevention have always been a fundamental part of our mission.
That’s why we are at the forefront with our Disinfection and Sanitization service from SARS-CoV-2 and all those viruses, germs and bacteria that you need to eliminate to live normally.

We have developed an effective service with the goal of protecting you. We use the best products, the right protocols and have over 60 years of experience training our technicians.

The products we use are certified by the Ministry of Health as highly effective against pathogenic bacteria, viruses, spores and mold.

Covid Free” service offers residual application!
It means you are protected from contamination for several weeks even after we are done with the procedure!

We recommend monthly visits to maximize the effectiveness of the service and to save you time and money.

Safety - Care - Speed

If you have chosen Covid Free treatment, you can rest assured!

Our team, equipped with the latest PPE (Personal Protective Equipment), will effectively disinfect, sanitize and eliminate bacteria, germs, mold and viruses (including SARS-CoV2 which causes COVID-19) from all surfaces.

The procedure begins with a thorough inspection of the area.

It continues with the initial disinfection of high contact parts, such as door handles, countertops and telephones.
They are disinfected only with products approved by the Department of Health and certified to eliminate viruses and bacteria, including SARS-CoV2.

The next step is what we call “residual treatment.”
We spread a certified, highly effective product through the air and on all surfaces via Nebulization for long-lasting protection. All viruses and bacteria that come into contact with areas treated with this product in the following weeks, die!

The only thing we ask of you immediately after the intervention and for a few hours afterwards, is to leave the room free while the applied products dissolve.

The release of the certifications useful to attest the intervention and allow the reopening, are the last step that perfect our work.

Let's get to know better what, since 2020, has become our first enemy:

Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2, abbreviated as SARS-CoV-2 (from the English severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2), is a viral strain of the species SARS coronavirus, part of the genus Betacoronavirus (family Coronaviridae), subgenus Sarbecovirus, discovered around the end of 2019; it is the seventh coronavirus recognized as capable of infecting humans.

The official name given by the World Health Organization to the syndrome caused by the virus is COVID-19 (COronaVIrus Desease).

Natural origin:
Many scientists speculate that it may have originated from Bungarus multicinctus, a highly venomous snake traded in the Wuhan wet market, where bushmeat is sold.

Because most of the first group of infected humans worked in that market, they speculate that a primordial version of the virus arrived there and spread from there to the province and surrounding areas.

Phylogenetic analysis of full-length genomic sequences obtained from infected patients showed that SARS-CoV-2 is similar to severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV) and uses the same cellular entry receptor, angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 (ACE2). Speculation about the artificial origin of SARS-CoV-2 is therefore likely unfounded.

Artificial Origin:
A minority of scientists, on the other hand, believe that its origin in a laboratory in Wuhan cannot be ruled out, with a possible leakage from it occurring accidentally during research for a vaccine.

However, the exact origin of the new coronavirus is still a mystery and therefore no hypothesis is to be discarded a priori, not even that of its origin in the laboratory.

Although respiratory viruses are usually transmitted when the sick person shows symptoms, SARS-CoV-2 can also spread during a close contact with an asymptomatic patient or while it is in incubation period.
It is because of these aspects that this virus has rapidly spread worldwide in just a few months.

SARS-CoV-2 infection in humans results in a disease called COVID-19. Patients infected with the virus usually experience flu-like symptoms, such as fever, dry cough, fatigue, shortness of breath and difficulty breathing.

The most acute symptoms, at an advanced stage of infection, are partial or complete loss of smell or taste.

Severe cases of infection can result in pneumonia, acute renal failure, and even death. Patients also present with white blood cell deficiency and lymphocyte deficiency.

SARS-CoV-2 infects and destroys alveoli. As the cell barrier separating the alveoli from the blood vessels collapses, fluid from the vessels penetrates the alveoli, blocking the transport of oxygen to the blood. An overreaction of the immune system can worsen the tissue damage, which if irreversible can be fatal.

Similar to SARS-CoV and MERS-CoV, the damage does not stop at the lungs. An infection with SARS-CoV-2 can trigger an immune overreaction and can cause a cytokine storm that can lead to multiple organ failure and death.

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