Who’d have thought it? A simple privacy curtain on a hospital ward helping play a role in the fightback against Coronavirus. Take a few minutes to find out how:  

The Biosafe antimicrobial formula that is incorporated into some of our YewdaleHarrier® cubicle curtains can act as a barrier between those who are ill with viruses like COVID-19 in hospital and those who haven’t caught it. Inhibiting the spread of the illness around the hospital, alongside good hygiene standards such as regular hand sanitation, the YewdaleHarrier® cubicle curtain will help to protect those who are most at risk from the consequences of coronavirus, simply by containing it.

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The YewdaleHarrier® curtain range provides disposable, re-usable, and shower curtain solutions, each with a range of features that make them ideal for hospital use. From the disposable curtains which are made from 100% recyclable polypropylene, available with and without Biosafe formula and five colours to choose from, to the re-usable Stericurtain that has anti-microbial properties and is made from PVC coated polyester, giving it the flexibility to drape like a conventional curtain and can be safely used in hospital wards. Naturally, all curtains are compatible with YewdaleMovatrack® and YewdaleVitesse® systems, which boasts the latest in curtain track technology.

‘YewdaleHarrier® curtains are very popular in hospitals and other health care environments all year round because they don’t just provide privacy, they actively contribute to the control of infection of all kinds,’ said Business Development Manager Greg:

‘These curtains are recommended to help control the spread of all bacteria such as flu and virus outbreaks, providing an extra level of protection against infections.’

YewdaleHarrier® curtains are quickly replaceable and ready for immediate installation, with quick delivery from Yewdale available. If you wish to know more or to find out how YewdaleHarrier® or YewdaleMovatrack® can help protect patients from Coronavirus and other contagious illnesses, please contact your Business Development Manager or email [email protected]