Hygiene - more and more important, communication - more and more distant
If there is one thing to change irreversibly following the coronavirus that is the attitude towards personal hygiene everywhere, at any time and for everyone. Each office will be equipped with dozens of disinfectant dispensers, cleaning the workplace will be the responsibility of the worker, and social intolerance of people who do not wash their hands after visiting the toilet will go to extremes - remember all those moments when you see someone coming out of the toilet at the gas station with no obvious intention of washing their hands or even running their water. It is possible to understand that in certain situations there might even be physical collisions.
What will also remain after coronavirus quarantine is the requirement for social distance. In general, a distinctive feature of Western civilization has long been the recommended observance of the distance between people in public places.
A sign of a lack of basic social behaviour etiquette was observed at the queues, the pushing and the so-called "Breathing" in someone’s neck.
Unfortunately, as a victim of the absolute distance will fall, handshakes, kisses on the cheek for greetings between friends and a large part of the techniques for rapprochement between individuals. This is not necessarily a bad thing, but it will dramatically change the way people get closer. This is likely to lead to a renaissance of words in communication too.
As we may not offer a social behaviour solution, we sure can offer one for the hygiene. As we are sure that new hand hygiene behaviour is here to stay, we have partnered with a company whose product is designed and built with the same idea in mind, to last. Not only that but it is also fully automated, meaning there is no need to touch any surface in order to apply sanitiser.
It is our duty to leave the planet a better place than we found it!
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