Jamie Leigh Klingler, Vice-President of Product development for Smith Rosen, a Southern Nevada UVC product manufacturer, is a survivor of the chronic form of Coccidiomycosis, commonly known as “Valley Fever”, a debilitating condition that caused her to suffer a brain hemorrhage, and left her living with half a lung.
Klingler, like millions of people like her, is immunocompromised.
This means that even the slightest chance of contracting any virus or bacteria through touching a contaminated surface, or product, keeps her home.
Where there is no evidence to suggest that COVID-19 can be transmitted through food, there is increased evidence that the transmission of the coronavirus occurs through touch, far more often than had been previously reported by the CDC.
The New England Journal of Medicine has found that fomite transmission of virus could occur up to 3 hours on copper, for up to 4 hours on cardboard, on plastic and stainless…