"Bernice Alcohol Based Hand Sanitizer Is Safe For Use" - FDA Confirms
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA), Delese Mimi Darko has confirmed her outfit has approved of 'Bernice Alcohol Based Hand Sanitizer', a sanitizer which was purported to contain acid, saying it is now safe for use.
According to her, after countless number of tests, the FDA has found the sanitizer compliant with test parameters.
In a press release signed and released by the CEO of FDA, Delese Darko, it said "The samples were all tested and found to be compliant with the Test Parameters for sanitizers. The parameters tested were NET content, PH, Alcohol Content, Visible Impurities and Presence of Methanol. The FDA assures the public that 'Bernice Alcohol Based Hand Sanitizer' has passed all tests and as such is safe for use"
The statement tasked the general public to access FDA's website and various social media pages for frequent updates on approved hand sanitizers.
The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) further added its attention was drawn to a viral video of a hand sanitizer purported to contain acid bearing the name 'Bernice Alcohol Based Hand Sanitizer' adding a market surveillance team was dispatched to gather samples of the said brand from various locations.
Madam Delese Darko says the incident from the video has been reported and is being investigated by the Kasoa Police.
Below is a copy of the statement:
Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith