As the coronavirus continues to spread rapidly about the globe, people are being advised to practice good hand hygiene, which means making sure that your hands are clean at all times.

To do this, alcohol-based hand sanitizers that are portable and efficiently kill about 90% of germs are widely advised. This is why there is a frenzy surrounding these products as people continue to buy them in large quantities.

Now, distilleries situated in San Diego have picked up the initiative to help alleviate the shortage of hand sanitizers.

They have been authorized by the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) to manufacture the sanitizer products using the formula from the World Health Organization (WHO).

Such distilleries include Seven Caves Distillery in Miramar, Cutwater Spirits, Vista microdistillery Misadventure & Co., and a few more others.

Typically, these distilleries produce various alcoholic drinks, spirits, and others like that. With the onslaught of COVID-19, however, founders of the distilleries start to work to provide for the public and further donate hand sanitizers to the United States Bartenders Guild.

They have also mandated that their hand sanitizer products will meet all applicable health and safety guidelines and so be safe for use by everyone.

It is incredible to see how the fight against COVID-19 has united people all over the world. It is, however, not one that anyone wants to continue.

So, like health providers, widely advise, practice social distancing as much as possible, and always keep your hands clean!