The whole world is now shuddering under the fear of this unprecedented situation. Since the time the outbreak took place in China and the disease quickly started spreading all over the world, it has become a lot worrisome for everyone, especially if they have kids and elderly family members at home. From whatever has been disclosed about Coronavirus Disease 2019 or COVID-19, it is pretty much clear that the impact of it has beendisastrous and can be more so. Now, when you are trying to find out whether you are suffering from any symptoms remotely or whether you are following the guidelines provided by WHO (World Health Organization) or not, it is also necessary for you to know whether you are keeping your surroundings clean and hygienic or not.
According to physicians and researchers around the world, Coronavirus spreads through respiratory droplets. That is why staying within a 6 ft area of the affected patient can cause transmission easily. At the same time, it is also evident from the current research that the virus can remain on a surface for hours and even days too. In a situation like this, cleaning a dirty area and disinfecting it is necessary.
General Recommendation for Home Cleaning :
There are surfaces that one needs to clean regularly. Tables, light switches, doorknobs, desks, toilets, handles, and faucets should be cleaned regularly as these parts are touched by more than one person in a normal household and that is why it contains the highest risk of carrying and spreading germs. Also, after cleaning, don’t forget to disinfect them with EPA registered disinfectants that comes with a label and will help you get rid of germs with a series of instructions. Make sure that you are keeping the gloves and masks handy when you are planning to clean and disinfect your home.
Recommendations of Cleaning and Disinfecting a Home with COVID-19 Patient:
For soft porous surfaces like carpets, rugs, bed sheets and pillows, first, remove visible contamination. Next, use the appropriate cleaner that will help you get rid of the germs. Follow the manufacturer’s guidelines. Next, use EPA registered disinfectants that will be appropriate for such materials.
So, if you are trying to keep your home clean and germ-free and want to stay safe from COVID-19, follow these instructions and also stay updated with the regulations released from WHO as well as your government. Stay safe.
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