The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are loosening the coronavirus guidelines for surface cleaning in homes, schools and other facilities.
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The risk of infection from contaminated surfaces is low, and regular cleaning with soap or detergent will be effective in reducing the spread of freckles, said agency director Dr. Rochelle Walensky. Spread of the corona virus However, sterilization is still recommended in cases where there was a suspected or confirmed coronavirus within the prior 24 hours.
“When no one has confirmed or suspected COVID-19 is in space, a daily cleaning is sufficient to adequately remove viruses that may be on the surface and help maintain a healthy facility,” the CDC. Said in the improvement of the guidelines
Walensky also said fogging, fumigation, and wide area or static electricity are not recommended as the primary disinfection method.
Surface transmission can be reduced by wearing a mask, washing your hands, and following CDC and federal safety guidelines, Walensky said.
The virus that causes COVID-19 is often transmitted from person to person while people are in close contact, she said.
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