You’ve taken your COVID-19 vaccine and are feeling healthy and protected against this modern virus, however, you are still open to options to further increase your protection and safety from viruses.
If this sounds like you, then look no further as a local, duly licensed company, PAC3 Ltd in partnership with Nasus Pharma are offering this innovative nasal spray in Malta, aimed at helping your defences against airborne viruses.
Taffix is a scientifically proven over-the-counter nasal spray that creates a thin protective barrier in the nose within 1 minute of being applied and remains effective for at least 5 hours. The ultra-thin gel layer lowers the pH to 3.5, where up to 97% of viruses are rendered ineffective.
And it’s now available in pharmacies on the island.
As Malta begins to relax it’s COVID-19 mitigation measures, Taffix may be a quick and easy way to keep your protection up while the country starts to return to normality.
However, the pandemic is not over just yet – the Delta variant is spreading across a number of countries, from the UK to Israel, and even locally, the number of active cases on the island is slowly creeping upwards once more.
On 1st July, people will be allowed to remove their masks publicly for the first time in months, meaning some people may want to increase their personal protection in other ways, especially when out dining at restaurants or walking through public spaces… and that’s where Taffix comes in.
While Taffix does not replace mask-wearing, it works in tandem with other protective measures to up your safety.
So, how does it work?
The nose can be the perfect pathway for airborne viruses to enter your body.
Taffix creates an ultra-thin gel layer that renders viruses ineffective, and it can last for up to five hours.
When it comes to viruses like COVID-19, an individual can still contract the virus and even pass it on to family or friends after being vaccinated. While there’s never going to be a 100% effective way to protect against all viruses, behaviours like social distancing and washing hands regularly help – but using a spray like Taffix can make all the difference.
Taffix also works on stopping different variants of COVID-19 (like the British and South African variants) as well as other airborne viruses like influenza.
A major benefit of using the spray is that even if you aren’t vaccinated for a particular virus, it’ll help stop viruses dead in their tracks.
Taffix has been used by hundreds of thousands of people across the globe and there have been no health or safety concerns reported in relation to its intended conditions of use.
Malta is about to begin relaxing its protective COVID-19 measures – if you are looking for a quick and easy way to boost your barriers against airborne viruses, Taffix may just be what you are looking for.
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