How to Clean Your Business to Avoid COVID-19
What happens if Coronavirus contact tracing leads back to my business?
Although uncommon, it is possible that a commercial cleaning business was used by a case during their infectious period. If a facility has been identified as a potential common source of infection by any means or if there has been confirmed or suspected Coronavirus at your business, you should contact your local health department.
They will work with you on appropriate disinfection and cleaning methods to ensure that Coronavirus does not spread further in your facility.
In addition, they will work with you on education material that can be given to employees and customers who visited during their time in isolation so they know how long it takes for symptoms to appear and what signs and symptoms they should look out for.
Why Should I Clean My Building
When it comes to your business, you should keep a clean facility. This is especially true if someone has been sick at your business. Viruses, such as Covid-19, can survive on surfaces for hours and even days after an infected person has left a room. Controlling these viruses with proper cleaning techniques is important.
What Can I Clean?
It’s important for any business, no matter how small, to have a contract with a commercial cleaning company that will ensure they are keeping your business clean and safe from infections.
Although some people try to do their own cleaning or buy cheap cleaning supplies from local stores, you should avoid doing either of these things.
It’s easy for infected patients or workers with active symptoms to miss their work and go out in public.
Even if they don’t mean to infect others, if you don’t clean your facility properly and use enough soap and disinfectant, it can be easy for them to spread covid-19 while they are outside of your facility.