Concerned about emerging pathogens & Monkeypox ?

Concerned about emerging pathogens & Monkeypox?

CDC recommends performing disinfection using an EPA-registered disinfectant  with an Emerging Viral Pathogens claim as part of its guidance for reducing Monkeypox transmission in congregate living settings.

The PDI Sani-Cloth® disinfectants listed on the next slide have demonstrated effectiveness against viruses similar to the Monkeypox virus on hard, nonporous surfaces. Therefore, these products can be used against the Monkeypox virus when used in accordance with the directions for use against the virus listed for each product on the next slide on hard, nonporous surfaces.

Effective against the Monkeypox virus

SKU

Product Name

Follow the directions for use for the following organism on the label

Q55172

Super Sani-Cloth® Germicidal

Disposable Wipe - Large Canister

Rotavirus, Strain WA

P86984

Super Sani-Cloth Germicidal

Disposable Wipe - X-Large Canister

(75 Count)

Rotavirus, Strain WA

A22480

Super Sani-Cloth Germicidal

Disposable Wipe - SoftPack

Rotavirus, Strain WA

H04082

Super Sani-Cloth Germicidal

Disposable Wipe - Large Individuals

Rotavirus, Strain WA

U87295

Super Sani-Cloth Germicidal

Disposable Wipe - X-Large Individuals

Rotavirus, Strain WA

P13872

Sani-Cloth® AF3 Germicidal

Disposable Wipe - Large Canister

Adenovirus Type 5 (ATCC  VR-5), Strain Adenoid 75

P72584

Sani-Cloth AF3 Germicidal

Disposable Wipe X-Large Canister

(75 Count)

Adenovirus Type 5 (ATCC  VR-5), Strain Adenoid 75

M8063S80

Sani-Cloth AF3 Germicidal

Disposable Wipe - Softpack

Adenovirus Type 5 (ATCC  VR-5), Strain Adenoid 75

P1450P

Sani-Cloth AF3 Germicidal

Disposable Wipe - Pail

Adenovirus Type 5 (ATCC  VR-5), Strain Adenoid 75

P2450P

Sani-Cloth AF3 Germicidal

Disposable Wipe - Refill for Pail

Adenovirus Type 5 (ATCC  VR-5), Strain Adenoid 75

H59200

Sani-Cloth AF3 Germicidal

Disposable Wipe - Large Individuals

Adenovirus Type 5 (ATCC  VR-5), Strain Adenoid 75

U27500

Sani-Cloth AF3 Germicidal Disposable

Wipe - X-Large Individuals

Adenovirus Type 5 (ATCC  VR-5), Strain Adenoid 75

 

 

SKU

Product Name

Follow the directions for use for the following organism on the label

P25785

Sani-Cloth® Bleach Germicidal

Disposable Wipe - X-Large Canister

Adenovirus Type 2 (ATCC

VR-846), Adenoid 6 Strain

P54072

Sani-Cloth Bleach Germicidal

Disposable Wipe - Large Canister

Adenovirus Type 2 (ATCC

VR-846), Adenoid 6 Strain

P84172

Sani-Cloth Bleach Germicidal

Disposable Wipe - Clinical

Adenovirus Type 2 (ATCC

VR-846), Adenoid 6 Strain

P7007P

Sani-Cloth Bleach Germicidal

Disposable Wipe - Pail

Adenovirus Type 2 (ATCC

VR-846), Adenoid 6 Strain

P700RF

Sani-Cloth Bleach Germicidal

Disposable Wipe - Refill for Pail

Adenovirus Type 2 (ATCC

VR-846), Adenoid 6 Strain

H58195

Sani-Cloth Bleach Germicidal

Disposable Wipe - Large Individuals

Adenovirus Type 2 (ATCC

VR-846), Adenoid 6 Strain

U26595

Sani-Cloth Bleach Germicidal

Disposable Wipe - X-Large Individuals

Adenovirus Type 2 (ATCC

VR-846), Adenoid 6 Strain

P25372

Sani-Cloth® Prime Germicidal

Disposable Wipe - Large Canister

Adenovirus Type 5 (ATCC  VR-5), Strain Adenoid 75

P24284

Sani-Cloth Prime Germicidal

Disposable Wipe - X-Large Canister

Adenovirus Type 5 (ATCC  VR-5), Strain Adenoid 75

P27372

Sani-HyPerCide® Germicidal

Disposable Wipe - Large Canister

Rhinovirus Type 1A, Strain

2060 (ATCC VR-1559)

P26584

Sani-HyPerCide Germicidal

Disposable Wipe - X-Large Canister

Rhinovirus Type 1A, Strain

2060 (ATCC VR-1559)

X13109

Sani-HyPerCide Germicidal Spray

Rhinovirus Type 1A, Strain

2060 (ATCC VR-1559)

P26672

Sani-24® Germicidal Wipe -

Large Canister

Poliovirus type 1 (ATCC

VR-1562)

P23284

Sani-24 Germicidal Wipe -

X-Large Canister

Poliovirus type 1 (ATCC

VR-1562)

 PDI EPA-registered disinfectant

On Monday, May 23, EPA triggered its emerging viral pathogen (EVP) guidance in response to recent cases of monkeypox in the United States. EPA expects products on its List of Disinfectants for Emerging Viral Pathogens to kill monkeypox when used according to the label directions.

When rare or novel viruses cause outbreaks of disease, there may be few if any disinfectants that have been tested and registered for use against that specific pathogen. To prepare for situations like these, EPA created the EVP guidance, which allows disinfectant manufacturers to submit data to EPA demonstrating a product’s efficacy against difficult-to-inactivate viruses.

Monkeypox belongs to a group of viruses that is more susceptible to disinfectants than other types of viruses. While there are no disinfectants registered for use against monkeypox, all products with EVP claims have been tested against viruses that are more difficult to kill than monkeypox. 

The use of products with EVP claims supplements but does not replace other infection control practices. Individuals should follow Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), state, and local public health guidelines. Learn more about monkeypox from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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