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With rising Covid-19 cases should wearing a face mask be the new normal?

The latest figures released by the Office for National Statistics show that the estimated number of people testing positive for coronavirus in the UK is up by 32% week-on-week. The latest rise is driven by two new fast-spreading sub-variants of Omnicron – BA.4 and BA.5. Whilst jabs are helping to protect against serious illness, people […]

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Regular rapid testing helps protect your family & friends

Easy-to-use Nasopharyngeal/Saliva Antigen Rapid Lateral Flow test kits help detect the presence of COVID-19 and yields results in 15 minutes Easy-to-use Nasopharyngeal/Saliva Antigen Rapid Lateral Flow test kits help detect the presence of COVID-19 and yields results in 15 minutes. Designed with regular, routine testing in mind Non-invasive test for greater staff compliance to avoid […]

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Regular rapid testing helps protect your employees and your business

Easy-to-use Nasopharyngeal/Saliva Antigen Rapid Lateral Flow test kits help detect the presence of COVID-19 and yields results in 15 minutes. Designed with regular, routine testing in mind Non-invasive test for greater staff compliance to avoid discomfort Rapid results delivered in only 15 minutes High quality, high-performance lateral flow detection test Manufactured in the UK by […]

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Continue to mitigate the risks during rising COVID-19 cases

Whilst the UK Government may have ended free Covid testing and many NHS testing laboratories have closed or are closing, we should not lose sight of the fact Covid cases remain prevalent across the UK. It remains critical that everyone continues the fight to reduce the risks of spreading the virus, even if you are […]

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Are you protecting yourself and your family or simply covering up the problem?

Cloth face masks are far too varied in composition, unreliably designed and unregulated in production to provide consistently high levels of protection for you and your family. A recent article by Which? highlighted that some reusable face coverings filtered as little as 7% of pathogens in a series of tests performed by their team.