NEWS ROOM

In light of the current worldwide pandemic, consumers and industry leaders have shown explosive interest for IFTNA's innovative SARs-CoV2 destroying technology PROTX2®AV sparking worldwide media coverage shown on the largest media outlets since our launch just this year.

World Health Organization

WHO warns Covid-19 pandemic may not be the big one

Dr Michael Ryan, executive director of the WHO 's health emergencies program, warned that the Covid-19 pandemic might not necessarily be the big one.

Vogue Netherlands

Here’s what you want to know about anti-microbial fashion Featuring PROTX2®AV

From Burberry's microbe-resistant face masks to Diesel's virus-killing jeans. Read here whether this new fashion trend can protect you against the corona virus.

Zozo Fashion | English

Functional fibre market attracting attention due to its antiviral effect: Canadian textile coating "PROTX2 AV"

CTV News | OTTAWA

Broadcast Video | Canadian biotech company says its anti-viral clothing kills 99.9 per cent of coronavirus

A Toronto-based biotech company is a frontrunner in developing a new kind of COVID-19 protection: antiviral clothing, made to protect against the virus.

The Motley Fool

3 Red-Hot TSX Stocks That Can Make You Rich | Featuring iFabric Corp.

iFabric (TSX:IFA) is an Ontario-based company that designs and distributes women’s intimate apparel and accessories in Canada, the United States, and around the globe. Its shares have soared a stunning 790% over the past three months as of close on June 16. The stock was priced below the $1 mark in late 2019. It recently closed at $7.30.

YAHOO Finance

iFabric Corp Reports Results for its Second Quarter Ended March 31, 2020

iFabric Corp. ("iFabric" or the "Company") (IFA.TO), today announced its financial results for its second quarter and six months ended March 31, 2020.

ASI

Study: Antiviral Fabric Treatment Kills COVID-19

The company that developed the treatment is poised to provide it on medical clothing, workwear, everyday apparel, PPE and as a laundry additive.

BBC News

Superbugs to kill 'more than cancer' by 2050

Drug resistant infections will kill an extra 10 million people a year worldwide - more than currently die from cancer - by 2050 unless action is taken, a study says.

Ark Industries

UA Sportsmask: What You Should Know About It & PROTX2

The much sought after Under Armour Sportsmask is created after 13 prototypes.

CNN Style

Can antimicrobial fashion protect you from the coronavirus? Featuring PROTX2®AV

With no end to the global pandemic in sight, fashion and sportswear brands have been quickly adapting their lines to include face masks decorated with logos and stylish patterns.

Zozo Fashion | Japanese

【特集】抗ウイルス作用で注目される機能性繊維市場:カナダ発テキスタイル・コーティング「PROTX2 AV」

News Straits Times

The Under Armour sports mask is here Featuring PROTX2®AV

It's finally here. The long-awaited UA Sportsmask will be available on www.underarmour.com.my tomorrow, a reusable, water-resistant performance face mask designed for maximum breathability, made for sports and daily use.

Business Insider

Under Armour's Sportsmask sold out in less than an hour, as people scramble to find masks they can tolerate while working out

Under Armour's Sportsmask sold out in less than
an hour, as people scramble to find masks they
can tolerate while working out

the List

The next big fashion trend could be antiviral clothing

Antiviral products going, well, viral is nothing new. While slowly creeping back onto shelves, the nationwide shortage of hand sanitizers is still a recent memory (via New York Times). To protect ourselves from the novel coronavirus, we as a society will try just about anything. As we buy up sanitizers, wipes, and add face masks to our wardrobes, we continue the quest for extra protection. Next on that quest may be antiviral clothing. 

Capital Ideas Digest

iFabric's proven Coronavirus Killing Fabric
Technology is "Transformational" for the Company

iFabric's proven Coronavirus Killing Fabric
Technology is "Transformational" for the Company

Mens Health

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Launches Under Armour Face Mask Featuring PROTX2®AV

The $35 reusable mask has some seriously impressive specs for your next workout.

Engineering.com

Antiviral Clothing Aims to Shield Against COVID-19 Featuring PROTX2®AV

PROTX2 AV chemical disrupts the virus’s ability to replicate.

CTV News | TORONTO

Article | Canadian biotech company says its anti-viral clothing kills 99.9 per cent of coronavirus

A Toronto-based biotech company is a frontrunner in developing a new kind of COVID-19 protection: antiviral clothing, made to protect against the virus.

Everyday Health

Can Antiviral Clothing Protect You From COVID-19? Featuring PROTX2®AV

Companies are developing fabric treatments that, if the claims are true, can destroy the novel coronavirus.

Forbes

Under Armour Unveils Sportsmask, A Performance Facemask For Athletes Featuring iFabric's PROTX2®AV Technology

In late March when Under Armour UAA announced it was shifting production to the design and manufacture of facemasks, face shields and other personal protective equipment for local healthcare workers combatting the coronavirus pandemic, the Baltimore-based company also understood athletes would need to utilize a different type of mask for the unforeseeable future.

FastCompany

With this antiviral fabric coating, your clothing could protect you from COVID-19

A chemical treatment (PROTX2®AV) for textiles has been proven to destroy the SARS-CoV-2 virus, paving the way for the first COVID-19-busting apparel lines as early as fall.

LS:N

Antiviral Fabric for the Inter-COVID Era

Intelligent Fabric Technologies North America (IFTNA) creates
anti-viral textile solutions. Giancarlo Beevis, CEO, discusses the
future of hygiene-first fabrics.

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