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Shesha Geza


About Shesha Geza

The Shesha Geza handwashing stations feature a diluted, chlorine-based sanitizer liquid, which can be utilized to sanitize hands when washing with soap or using an alcohol-based hand rub is not feasible or available. In this case, a chlorine solution is both more feasible and cost effective than other alternatives for the locations where Shesha Geza units are deployed. The stations are operated by a foot pump to reduce the need to touch water faucets. Balancing mobility and water storage capacity, the 600-liter tank equates to 4,000 hand washes per one cycle. The water in the tank can be used safely for a minimum of 5 cycles, facilitating over 20,000 hand washes before needing to be refilled. The design also allows for hand washing with soap as an alternative to the diluted chlorine-based solution where feasible.Hand hygiene is an important part of the South African response to the international emergence of COVID-19. Practicing hand hygiene, which includes hand washing with soap for a minimum of 20 seconds, using alcohol-based hand rub, and, where necessary, use of a diluted chlorine-based solution, is a simple yet effective way to limit the spread of COVID-19 and other infections. CDC recommendations reflect this important role.