A Kiwi hand sanitiser that claims to last 30 days is being used at one Auckland school and by the city’s ferry companies in the fight against Covid-19.
Road Transport Forum New Zealand has issued a safety warning after an incident where alcohol-based hand sanitiser ignited, shortly after being applied.
New Zealand sanitiser manufacturer Zoono has struck a $20 million deal to distribute its products through the Middle East – but has had to warn smaller-scale customers it is experiencing delays because of “unprecedented demand”.
Zoono Group Limited (ASX:ZNO) is pleased to advise that it has received the report for the laboratory tests undertaken against COVID-19. The results show that Zoono’s Z-71 Microbe Shield (the same Zoono technology used in Zoono hand sanitiser) is > 99.99% effective against feline coronavirus (the recognised surrogate for COVID-19).