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The New Normal Calls For This Phone Case That Repels Bacteria

There's also an anti-COVID screen protector, too.
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There are signs the pandemic may be waning, but even long after we’ve achieved herd immunity, the protective habits we developed during the pandemic will be hard to break. And we we shouldn’t, anyway. The new normal is here to stay. If we want to prevent another pandemic, we’ll need to keep the health habits we’ve learned from COVID-19, from washing our hands to wearing face masks.

“Vaccines, no matter what brand, don't offer hundred percent protection. So even if you already have two jabs, you still need to wear [your] PPEs especially in private places or where ventilation is poor,” said William Yang, CEO of Medtecs International Corporation Limited, a decades-old PPE supplier in Taiwan and the Philippines.

Medtecs has evolved its PPE product line to include a new set of modern “antiviral” products that truly adapt to the new normal. The Medtecs Shield Collection includes “antiviral” products designed to repel bacteria, such as phone cases, screen protectors, purifier necklaces, bottled sprays for your gadgets, and even an “anti-viral” stylus pen that you can use to avoid touching public surfaces, like when you need to use an elevator or an ATM.

Here's a shocking truth: mobile phones are likely 10 times dirtier than toilet seats. With how often we touch our phones after eating, commuting, and doing other things, your phone could be silent carrier of dangerous germs. This company’s “anti-bacterial” phone case fights that with its nanocomposite material that has a layer of highly active hydroxyl radicals that inhibit the growth of bacteria and viruses.

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These COVID-proof phone cases are currently sold out due to public demand, but if you’re willing to put up with the waiting list, learn all about it here.

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