Coronavirus Tips You Can Trust
Nowadays, it seems like you can’t go anywhere or go online without hearing another update about the coronavirus. This is for good reason considering how widespread the problem has become. While the coronavirus originated in China, it has since spread to nearly every country in the due to international travel.
So far, there is no vaccine developed for Coronavirus despite ongoing research. That’s why it’s recommended to take steps to prevent infection instead of relying on curing the infection after the fact. Naturally, this has led to a state of uncertainty for residents of San Francisco due to the recent outbreak of coronavirus in San Francisco.
According to the CDC and the World Health Organization (WHO), there are measures people can take to minimize if not eliminate their chances of contracting COVID-19. These helpful coronavirus tips include:
- Stay clean: The most important thing you can do is wash your hands with a combination of soap and water The CDC recommends a minimum of 20 seconds at a time, especially if you’re in a public location.
- Use sanitizer: Easy or immediate access to soap and water isn’t always possible. For those instances, it’s important to use a hand sanitizer that contains a minimum of 60% alcohol to maintain your protection against Coronavirus.
- Minimize facial contact: This can more easily spread germs and bacteria, which should be prevented. Focus on reducing facial contact with your hands.
- Reduce contact: If you run into anyone who is sick with any condition, it’s recommended to avoid any close contact. With the outbreak in San Francisco, this is an absolute must to avoid greater exposure.
- Sanitize your home: It’s important to ensure your home remains clean and disinfected to reduce the risk of exposure. The World Health Organization has developed a sanitization protocol for further review.
Sanitization and Disinfection Services
911 Restoration has focused on keeping the residents of San Francisco safe through proper protocols. With the recent outbreak in San Francisco, we’ve adapted our procedures to focus more heavily on the sanitization & disinfection of premises. We offer a vast network of franchises throughout the United States to ensure we’re in a position to sanitize both homes and businesses as needed. Each and every technician is trained to follow current CDC and EPA protocols to ensure our customers remain safe and protected during this challenging time.