There has been considerable debate about the desirability of a restart of professional sport during the COVID-19 pandemic, in particular football (soccer).1 2 Of course, players and clubs have an interest in continuing their professional activities. However, proper safety precautions have to be put in place to ensure the health of players and officials (and requirements for proper infection protection for all citizens) and the integrity of competition.3
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the 2019/20 season of the German first professional football league (‘Bundesliga’) was interrupted after the match between Mönchengladbach and Cologne on 11 March 2020. On 17 March the DFB’s (German national football association) medical committee made recommendations for home-based training and management of players with suspected COVID-19 disease as well as for training in small groups. Two weeks later the DFL formally appointed the Sports Medicine/Special Match Operations Task Force: four medical doctors, including co-authors of
DUBLIN, Sept. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The “Toothpaste – Global Market Trajectory & Analytics” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
COVID-19 pandemic has doubled the emphasis on oral hygiene with dental offices around the world closed for routine consultations. This largely because the risk of COVID-19 cross infections is higher in dentistry as saliva plays a key role in human-to-human transmission.
The global market for Toothpaste is projected to reach US$18. 3 billion by 2025, driven by the sustained growth in population, increasing awareness over oral hygiene, and launch of innovative toothpaste variants at affordable prices.
Commoditization of the market is evident by the fact that fluoride toothpaste is today globally affordable by all and per capita consumption is hitting near saturation limiting volume growth. Also, the sea of me-too competitors is growing in whitening, cavity protection and stain removal categories, stifling revenue growth. Localization is the