RestoraPet Manufactures Hand Sanitizer to Donate to Health Care Facilities
RestoraPet will produce tens of thousands of bottles of premium-quality hand sanitizer under the company’s newest sub-brand, Rejuvien.
As a registered nurse and a former director of a nursing home who self-funded the launch of RestoraPet during his tenure at Oakview Nursing Home, RestoraPet CEO Brian Larsen will donate the Rejuvien hand sanitizer to nursing homes throughout Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C.
The bottles of hand sanitizer will be delivered to dozens of nursing homes and healthcare facilities throughout Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Virginia, and will be available to all residents as well as medical and administrative staff, to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and reduce overall health risks for all who enter the facilities.
The Rejuvien hand sanitizer RestoraPet is producing reflects the company’s commitment to quality and control by adhering to the exact standards set by the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control. The first batch of hand sanitizer is expected to be ready for donation by April 17, 2020. A limited number of bottles will also be made available to for-profit businesses to purchase. The proceeds from those sales will help fund further donations to healthcare facilities.
“In these trying times, it’s increasingly important for us to do what we can to provide relief for our health care heroes,” said Larsen. “I have a unique understanding of how the elderly are disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, as a registered nurse and former director of a nursing home, and can personally empathize with the needs of their health care providers.”