Many things have changed since COVID-19 first made its appearance, contacts wear & care should remain the identical. Simply practice safe care hygiene habits, advises by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and follow the recommendations of your eye care professional. But what about the contact wearer? Many of us wonder if they’re taking a risk by continuing to wear their contact lenses day after day. (more…)
In the current Covid-19 scenario, one of the most crucial things that everyone needs to consider is when you want to reopen your business by prioritizing your patient's and staff's safety from the Coronavirus. Everyone should pay attention to hygiene no matter where they are, even though some are still not aware of the consequences of the virus transmission. In today's topic, we are here to explain Zeiss safety guidelines to keep yourself healthy and safe when you start back your business. (more…)
In order to slow down the spread of coronavirus, you need to guard your eyes, as well as your hands and mouth, experts say. Thus, eye protection from COVID-19 is very important.
During the pandemic coronavirus outbreak, eye infection- prevention during COVID-19 is very important. Thus, it is best to give some attention to latest updates about the 'Do' and 'Don't health advice's from the experts. For those who uses glasses, you should be aware that using spectacles during COVID-19 may less prone to be infected, 'IF' you strictly follow certain recommendations based from the front-liners. Source : How to use disinfectants to clean eyeglasses in the pandemic of coronavirus, Halinah Tseng, March 14 That's because using spectacles may stop you from touching your eyes frequently compared to contact lenses. One of the most important steps that we should do is to wash our hands thoroughly to avoid harmful transmission of germs. In our routine basis activities, we might start touching things…
Recently, all of us were keep monitoring the largest outbreak of respiratory disease which was caused by the novel coronavirus. According to WHO (World Health Organization- 2020), Coronaviruses (CoV) or also known as COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019) are from a large virus family, which causes sickness ranging from the common cold to more early encountered severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS-CoV) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS-CoV). (more…)