Among the pioneer local distributors of industrial-grade disinfectants locally, Clean Folks has donated over 400 bottles of their disinfectant solution which uses a special blend of Quaternary Ammonium Compound to several checkpoints and hospitals in the southern part of the Metro. Recognizing the urgent need for sanitation supplies in the frontline for the fight against the pandemic, Clean Folks aims to serve and protect the local community by making disease management mechanisms more accessible to consumers as the country into the "new normal." “We want to give everyone a fighting chance when it comes to preventing further transmission of COVID-19 and other infectious diseases, for that matter. As we navigate the unchartered territory of the new normal, we cannot underestimate what being fully-equipped for disease prevention can do to our peace of mind," Clean Folks co-founder Arthur Cantor said. Formulated to eliminate 142 types of harmful bacteria and viruses, including coronavirus, Clean Folks is non-hazardous, non-carcinogenic, and eco-friendly. “We cannot emphasize enough the importance of avoiding complacency in infection prevention and control. When the enemy is unseen, precautionary measures become the very pillars of our defense against the pandemic,” said AFP Infectious Disease Prevention and Control Consultant and IATF member Dr. Melissa Turao-Agoncillo.