Going Back To Work And Preventing The Spread Of Covid-19

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As some American businesses begin to reopen, it is vital that we take precautions to disinfect and clean surfaces and equipment in order to continue preventing the spread of Coronavirus. Whether you work in an office, a gym, from home or any other facility there are ways to effectively kill viruses and bacteria.

Use EPA Registered disinfectants such as Anti3 Protect Series to clean surfaces and equipment

It is important to use disinfectants that are deemed effective by the CDC. One way to tell that a product is effective is by determining whether they are EPA Registered or not. Anti3 Protect Series products are EPA Registered, which means they are proven to kill 99.9% of viruses and bacteria.

Clean surfaces and equipment that people come into contact with often and thoroughly

If you work in an office, surfaces such as desks, chairs and door handles are high-traffic areas for germs and bacteria to spread. In gyms, workout equipment can become hotspots for bacteria due to sweat. At home, particularly if you have someone that is going out often, your couches, floors and other surfaces can become contaminated as well. Using Anti3 Disinfecting Spray is a simple way to rid these areas of virus-causing bacteria. Simply spray the formula on the surface of the item you wish to disinfect and let it air-dry.

Disinfect shoes

Your shoes are one of the main culprits in picking up germs and bringing them to other locations such as your home or public places. It is important to disinfect your shoes after you wear them out to prevent them from spreading bacteria to other areas. Spray your shoes inside and out, particularly the bottom, with Anti3 Protect Series Disinfecting Spray and let air-dry to eliminate 99.9% of bacteria and viruses.

Wash hands often

It is essential that we continue to wash our hands often and effectively. Wash hands with soap for 20-seconds or the length of singing “Happy Birthday” twice. Do this whenever you think you may have been exposed to bacteria or germs. When you don’t have access to soap, substitute with hand sanitizer instead. 

Maintain social distance

Even when we begin to go back to work, it is important that we continue to maintain social distance from others as much as possible.

Overall, there are protective measures that should be taken in order to continue to stop the spread of Covid-19, especially when we begin to go back to work.

To learn more about CDC recommendations visit: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/prevention.html?CDC_AA_refVal=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.cdc.gov%2Fcoronavirus%2F2019-ncov%2Fprepare%2Fprevention.html