High Sierra Cleaning Continues to Closely Monitor the Coronavirus
Preparing to Reopen for Business?
Updated as of December 15th, 2020
According to the CDC, as of December 15th, more than 16.3 million COVID-19 cases have been reported in the US. In addition to practicing social distancing, proper hygiene and wearing face coverings in crowded public areas, the CDC also recommends that business owners practice routine cleaning and disinfection of frequently touched objects and surfaces. Encouraging good hygiene practices and providing clean, disinfected environments are paramount to keeping employees well and helping them feel protected when and where it matters most.
While it’s inevitable that going back to work in this unprecedented time will feel nerve-wracking to some degree, it definitely should not feel unclean or unsafe. Employee health, both physically and mentally, should always be top of mind, in general and especially right now.
What is the difference between cleaning and disinfecting?
What is routine cleaning? How frequently should facilities be cleaned to reduce the potential spread of COVID-19?
Can sanitizing tunnels be used at facility entrances or exits to prevent the spread of COVID-19?
Should sidewalks, roads, and other outdoor spaces be disinfected to prevent the spread of COVID-19?
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