We have learned a lot of things about COVID-19 when more data has come up about the virus. As we fight the pandemic, information has become one of our most potent weapons against the rapid spread of the disease.
COVID-19 primarily assaults the respiratory system, among others. It creates significant issues to underlying medical conditions such as diabetes, cancer, and cardiovascular disease. Immunocompromised individuals, in particular, are at high risk because their immune systems are unable to fight the virus on their own.
We saw how wrongful information had been one of the strong arms of the pandemic. Accurate and widespread information dissemination is key to our success in fighting off its sting.
Here is an essential guide on COVID-19 cleanup and disinfection that you should know:
First off, proper hand-washing and sanitization are critical to avoiding infection. Physical or social separation, covering coughs and sneezes, and keeping unwashed hands away from the face are some of the ways to avoid getting sick. Remember to use face masks in public places to keep people from getting the virus.
In addition, regularly cleaning up and disinfecting your home or workspace is advisable to avoid the build-up of germs. If possible, get a professional cleaning service to deep clean and sanitize your space for greater peace of mind.
Along with drinking plenty of water and fluids, you also need to eat a healthy diet and include immunity-boosting food such as the following:
Please remember that this is a virus, and your best prevention method is to stay home and out of contact with others. If you need to seek medical help, do so right away.
Although quarantine and social distancing are two polarizing solutions for COVID-19 prevention, they effectively lower the infection rate of the virus.
If you or someone you know has been infected, you must report it to your local hospital or health center. Once there, you will be given the best care available, but you must follow through with the treatment. If you do not, the virus will spread even more.
If you find yourself dealing with COVID-19 cleanup and disinfection, here are a few things you may want to consider.
Ceilings and walls
Sinks and drains
Washable fabrics (especially those used in pillows and mattresses)
Here are things you can do to disinfect against COVID-19:
COVID-19 is not a virus to take lightly. While it is less (or equal to) deadly, it is highly contagious and can spread fast if not contained. If you immediately suspect you might have contracted COVID-19, please contact your local health facility or hospital immediately.
If your home or business needs decontamination cleaning or coronavirus cleanup in Utah, call AAA Restoration immediately. We have over 20 years of expertise and are entirely up to speed on the most recent, cutting-edge procedures and solutions for cleaning, disinfecting, decontaminating, and deodorizing impacted surfaces and spaces. Contact us right now to treat potentially infested areas.