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The Blog by Dispotech. On this page you can find news, updates, curiosities about the world of disposable products for the medical, dental, mass retail and sport sectors. Many posts are also dedicated to brief guides and how-tos to optimise the job with disposable products and gain the best results in every field. In addition, we will update you about the events attended by Dispotech and the launch of new products. Follow us on this page to keep always in touch with Dispotech's world!

Written Friday, by Emanuele Mortarotti

How Covid is affecting the world of sports

s the title of the article suggests, we will be discussing how the world of sports has also been overwhelmed by the Coronavirus emergency. Many changes have affected sports all over the world: let’s have a closer look with the help of an article published on weforum.org.

Written Wednesday, by Emanuele Mortarotti

Misinformation and erroneous rumors about the Coronavirus

The global crisis regarding the spreading of the Coronavirus has caused concern on several fronts: the health and economic sectors are only two among those most affected. In a delicate moment like this, it is important to provide correct information: avoiding the spread of fake and absurd news is essential in preventing anxiety and uncontrolled behaviour. Thanks to the support of an article published on medicalnewstoday.com, we will talk about how experts and researchers condemn misinformation and fake news about the Coronavirus.

Written Tuesday, by Emanuele Mortarotti

Best anti-infection, prevention and control practices

It is impossible for us not to address the Coronavirus, a virus spreading in our country for weeks now, causing contagions, deaths and so much fear among all of us. It is important to talk about it and convey the right information, both for the sake of accurate information and to avoid unjustified panic.

Written Thursday, by Emanuele Mortarotti

face masks history

What role do face masks play? Is their widespread use by the population really helping to contain the contagion? How were face masks first developed and why?