Caution: Coronavirus COVID-19!

What is coronavirus?

Coronaviruses — are a large family of special respiratory viruses that infect humans and some animals. The name is associated with structural features: the virus resembles a corona under a microscope. In humans, these pathogens can cause a number of diseases - from mild forms of ARVI to severe acute respiratory syndrome.

What is the COVID-19?

This is a new coronavirus that appeared in December 2019 in the Chinese city of Wuhan. The most dangerous manifestation of a new infection is rapidly advancing respiratory complications (pneumonia, or colloquially “inflammation of the lungs”).

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How is coronavirus
spread and transmitted?

Now you can get infected from a sick person, including the incubation period, when there are no symptoms.

The virus is transmitted predominantly by airborne transmission: during sneezing, coughing or talking when saliva microparticles or nasal secretions get on the mucous membrane. The virus settles on the mucosa and fixes on it. A “contact” method of infection is possible as well: there is a chance to be infected using household items. Those who are in close contact with patients, including medical staff, are especially at risk.

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Measures recommended by the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation

For now, the effectiveness of any drugs acting specifically on coronavirus has not been proven. Only antipyretic, vasoconstrictors and the use of saline solutions for washing the nose are recommended. The only thing we can do to avoid infection is to adhere to simple preventive measures and constantly irrigate the nose with sea water to remove viruses, moisturize the mucosa and saturate it with useful microelements.

Recommendations of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation

Cough and sneeze “correctly” (covering your mouth and nose with a bent elbow or a napkin, then throw the napkin into a closed container and wash your hands)

Avoid close contact with people who have ARVI symptoms

Seek medical advice immediately at the appearance of cold symptoms

Avoid crowded places

Wear medical masks (should be changed every 2 hours). In fact, the mask worn by the sick person protects others from infection


Do not touch unwashed hands on your face, especially your mouth, nose, eyes

Wash your hands with soap often and keep your everyday objects clean (phone, keyboard, remote control, etc.)

Use seawater solution regularly to irrigate nasal mucosa

Since the main route of the virus transmission is airborne, the most important preventive measure is the constant irrigation and moisturizing of the nasal mucosa with the sea water solutions.

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Why Aqua Maris® Classic
is an optimal tool for the prevention of any respiratory infections?

Aqua Maris® Classic nasal spray is an isotonic seawater solution with a concentration corresponding to the human plasma.

Aqua Maris® Classic pump spray:

1

Evenly irrigates the front of the nose - exactly
those areas where viruses settle when breathing

2

Mechanically removes viruses, preventing pathogens
from fixing on the mucosa

3

Boosts resistance to viruses and bacteria,
strengthens the local immunity due to Sea water
microelements action

4

Promotes continuous moisturizing of nasal mucosa,
keeping it in its ‘physiological’ condition

5

Normalizes the production of nasal mucus and its removal

For the prevention of viral respiratory infections, the mucosa should be constantly kept moistened using the Aqua Maris Classic nasal spray before and after visiting public places and contact with the patients suffering from respiratory virus diseases.

How to use Aqua Maris® Classic spray:

Children aged 1–7 year:
1-2 injections 1–3 times
a day in each nostril

Children aged 7-16 years:
2 injections 2 times
a day in each nostril

Adults:
2-3 injections 3-6 times
a day in each nostril

About the medicine
A lot of myths have already formed about coronavirus infection of COVID-19.
Please do not trust doubtful source of information! Reliable evidence
of false and truthful beliefs about COVID-19 is published on the WHO website.

FAQ

Can I get parcels from China? Is there any danger of getting infected?

There is no chance of infection through a parcel from a Chinese online store. The virus dies quite quickly in the environment, within a few hours.

Can I get coronavirus from pets?

No, for now there is no evidence that pets like cats and dogs can be carriers of COVID-19.

Are antibiotics effective against coronavirus?

No, antibiotics are not effective against viruses.