Washing hands advice from the government


1. Aust Gov (SA Gov) says:

Hand hygiene is one of the most effective ways of stopping the spread of infection.

Hand hygiene refers to any method which effectively removes harmful microorganisms (germs). These include washing with soap and water or using an alcohol based hand sanitiser. For non-healthcare settings or soiled hands, the most effective way to remove microorganisms is to wash hands using soap and running water. antibacterial hand washes are not necessary in most cases, and may encourage the development of resistant bacteria.

Click here – About the hand hygiene (SAhealth official Website)

  • According to Australian government guideline, for non-healthcare settings or soiled hands, the MOST EFFECTIVE WAY to remove microorganism to stop the spread of infection is to WASH HANDS USING SOAPS FOR 20 SECONDS AND RUNNING WATER.
  • Washing hands using soaps (for 20 seconds) and running water is one of the most effective ways of stopping the spread of infection.
  • Washing hands using soaps (for 20 seconds) and running water can effectively remove harmful germs.


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2. More info here:
Click here – About the hand washing(SAhealth official Website)

  • Hand washing is an important food safety basic, and is one of the most effective ways of preventing the spread of harmful bacteria.
    Click here – About the hand washing (www.healthdirect.gov.au)
  • hand washing is especially important because it helps prevent the spread of common infections such as colds, the flu and gastroenteritis.
  • Hand washing is also one of the most important ways to prevent the spread of infection among people in hospital. People’s immune systems are often weakened after illness or surgery, so infections are easy to catch and hard to treat. They may become life-threatening.
  • Apply soap or liquid soap. Normal soap is just as good as antibacterial soap.
    About the hand hygiene – Eng version | About the hand hygiene – Chn Version (health.gov.au)
  • According to Aust Gov, one of the ways to stop Covid-19 from spreading is to use soap and water to wash for 20 seconds!

Postponement of Jay Chou carnival concert Sydney


Due to the recent travel bans and concerns over the outbreak of COVID-19, the Jay Chou’s Carnival Sydney Concert, originally slated for March 14, 2020 will be postponed to October 24, 2020 as officially announced by the concert organizer, G.H.Y Culture & Media.

Homart, the strategic partner of Jay Chou in Carnival Sydney 2020 will look forward to seeing all our VIP valued guests on 24th October, 2020.

Homart participates in the 2020 Arab Health Expo


Arab Health Expo, the MENA region’s largest exhibition for Healthcare and Trade professionals, returns to the Dubai World Trade Centre between 27th  – 30th, January 2020. For 45 years, Arab Health has introduced the latest innovations and technology in Healthcare and has provided a platform for overseas’ manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors to come together for a meaningful workshop.
Homart Group was delighted to partake into this meaningful event as we are the leader in brand marketing and manufacturing for Australian-made and designed health supplements, skincare and dairy products.

With over 12 brands across the Homart’s portfolio, most of the products are sold worldwide: UAE (including Iran and Jordan), Australia, America, China and Asean regions. Our strategic key partners in Dubai, are one of the largest pharmacy chains that shows continuous support towards Homart.


Homart was also delighted to attend the hosted Austrade briefing with key speakers as such; Mr. Ian Halliday from the Australian Consul General, Mr. Mounir Sankary, Trade Commissioner of Expo 2020 and Dr. Mazin Gadir, Dubai Health Authority and IQIVIA to give an overview of the DHA strategy overview and recent changes in medical sector. They had later visited Homart’s booth with welcome greetings to support the Australian businesses.