Breakthrough Device From East Kills H1N1 Germs That Can Lead to Virus, Approved for UnitedStates Arriving by Planes, Container Ships

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The Virokill dispenser, The US. finally now has tool to fight the H1N1 pandemic, in the common home. Lethal to 99.9% of all known germs. This wall mounted touch free motion sanitizer dispenser is now available to the general public, and priced affordable, for the home, office and daycare.

New tech. from the East has arrived…again. http://www.TheVirokill.com, is stemming the H1N1 pandemic, and germs from spreading. The average person could eradicate contact germs that lead to H1N1 cold and flu by an estimated 99.9% if used as directed. Imagine if every house office class room and daycare had one of these. Despite all the warnings, People are still getting all strains of the Swine flu, German flu and common colds. This wall mounted touch free motion sanitizer dispenser is now available to the general public, and priced affordable, for the home, office or daycare. Now the average person can fight back, just like the hospitals and military facilities by using the same technology. It’s a simple unit that also accepts any alcohol based sanitizer, and makes sanitizing your hands against the flu viruses as easy as waiving hands and a part of walking into your home. “It is a fixture, like an appliance", says Richie Montalbano, CFO of Easy Lives Inc. “Once it's mounted on your wall near the front door, you begin to use it all the time, Than place one at your job and another at your kids daycare, How are you going to get sick? and it costs less than .003 of a cent to use, takes simple batteries and is good for 2000 uses between fillings.”

Conventional Hand sanitizer ends up in a pocket or purse, and is forgotten until its too late. To make matters worse,the actual handling of these units, and squeeze bottles, with every one else, makes cross contamination a reality and defeating the purpose in general. The infra red touch free technology used by http://www.TheVirokill.com comes from China who's advancements in this area are far superior. In China every where you go, these are mounted on walls in use, People wear surgical masks.The Chinese government has made China a hard place for germs to live because they have to pay the medical bills. Its not like the US where it comes out peoples pockets, their checkbook. The direct result being they have drastically cut sickness on a national level, saving their health care dollars. This has just been approved in the United States and is now available to the average citizen for their home, office and daycare facilities. Imagine if every house, office and building had one of these, hospitals would have allot of free time on their hands. Germs would have a hard life on this planet. Kids wouldn’t be home sick, employees would not be out of work on sick days, supervisors would not have to pull double duty, and health care well doctors would have allot of time to play golf.

The Center For Disease Control has reported approx. 37- 80 million cases of just the H1N1 Swine Flu alone as of December 09’ (Statistics taken from CDC website). It has doubled since April 09’. The pandemic is for real, and escalating, Not to mention the rest of the thousands strains of cold and German flu viruses unreported. Imagine the lost wages and medical bills associated with this, so far.

They talk about health care reform, well people can start by not getting sick and this is the first line of defense.

About EasyLives
EasyLives Inc. is a South Florida based company founded last year. Like the name says…strives to make lives easier. That’s the outspoken company policy. In these difficult economic times, we all need that, and what would make life better than to stop people from just simply being ill on a regular basis. Its a small personal group united in friendship that travel to the far reaches of this world, the darkest corners, to find the newest thing to increase quality of lives as a people. What better business to be involved with?

SOURCE: Center For disease Control (CDC) ./ Official website Official Link http://www.cdc.gov/h1n1flu/estimates_2009_h1n1.htm (source)

On November 12, 2009 CDC provided the first set of estimates on the numbers of 2009 H1N1 cases and related hospitalizations and deaths in the United States between April and October 17, 2009. CDC…..Center For disease control official website, Estimates from April – October 17, 2009: • CDC estimated that between 14 million and 34 million cases of 2009 H1N1 occurred between April and October 17, 2009. The mid-level in this range was about 22 million people infected with 2009 H1N1. • CDC estimated that between about 63,000 and 153,000 2009 H1N1-related hospitalizations occurred between April and October 17, 2009. The mid-level in this range was about 98,000 H1N1-related hospitalizations. • CDC estimated that between about 2,500 and 6,000 2009 H1N1-related deaths occurred between April and October 17, 2009. The mid-level in this range was about 3,900 2009 H1N1-related deaths.

Updated Estimates from April – November 14, 2009 Using the same methodology CDC updated the estimates to include the time period from April through November 14, 2009 on December 10, 2009. • CDC estimated that between 34 million and 67 million cases of 2009 H1N1 occurred between April and November 14, 2009. The mid-level in this range was about 47 million people infected with 2009 H1N1. • CDC estimated that between about 154,000 and 303,000 2009 H1N1-related hospitalizations occurred between April and November 14, 2009. The mid-level in this range was about 213,000 H1N1-related hospitalizations. • CDC estimated that between about 7,070 and 13,930 2009 H1N1-related deaths occurred between April and November 14, 2009. The mid-level in this range was about 9,820 2009 H1N1-related deaths.

Updated Estimates from April – December 12, 2009 Using the same methodology CDC has updated the estimates to include the time period from April through December 12, 2009. • CDC estimates that between 39 million and 80 million cases of 2009 H1N1 occurred between April and December 12, 2009. The mid-level in this range is about 55 million people infected with 2009 H1N1. • CDC estimates that between about 173,000 and 362,000 2009 H1N1-related hospitalizations occurred between April and December 12, 2009. The mid-level in this range is about 246,000 H1N1-related hospitalizations. • CDC estimates that between about 7,880 and 16,460 2009 H1N1-related deaths occurred between April and December 12, 2009. The mid-level in this range is about 11,160 2009 H1N1-related deaths. Note: Less than 5% of increases in the estimates from one reporting date to the next are the result of delayed reporting in cases, hospitalizations and deaths. CDC…..Center For disease control official website,

http://www.cdc.gov/h1n1flu/estimates_2009_h1n1.htm (source)

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