Coronavirus is an infectious disease that affects people in non-identical ways. Covid-19 is spreading tremendously fast and the WHO (World Health Organisation) has declared it a pandemic. The World Health Organisation is an agency responsible for international public health and also help provide advice and help all the countries in this critical situation.
As the Covid-19 reaches every country, no single nation can work alone to tackle this situation. WHO calls on the government to increase the manufacturing of medical masks, aprons, gloves, gowns, respirators, and face shields to meet rising global demand.
Cleaning and Disinfecting Tips
Maintaining your premises clean and dirt-free is very important to fight this disease. As per the experts, the virus shakes out through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person sneezes, coughs or speaks.
Before starting, first, you need to know the difference between cleaning and disinfecting. This is very important to know that is simply removing dirt and particles from the surface is cleaning, not disinfecting.
To disinfect those surfaces from the virus, you can use soapy water. It will remove the bulk of germs from the surface and reduce the risk of spreading infection.
It is not possible to clean your living area from top to bottom every day, but you should focus on some particular areas that use often and can be a hot spot for germs. The articles to disinfect every day can be:
- Dishwasher, refrigerator, and microwave handles
- Kitchen and washroom counters
- Door Handles
- Cell phones and other mobile and gaming devices
- Computer keyboard and mouse
- Staircase Railing
- Table Surfaces
Whenever you are going to do clean or disinfect your home, make sure to wear only disposable gloves, not reusable gloves, In case, if you don’t have disposable gloves but you have reusable, be sure to disinfect them after use. And the most important thing to remember is to wash your hand before and after cleaning.
What To Do If You Have A Sick Person In Your Home
Having a sick person in the home means the need to take extra precautions, especially when a baby is also in the home. The spaces occupied by an infected person should clean and disinfect every day.
The person who is infected with the Coronavirus or with any other disease, should stay separated from the other family members and also use a separate bathroom and bedroom, if possible. If there is only one bathroom in the house and you are sharing it with the sick person, it should disinfect and clean after every use.
Keep Your Hands Clean
It does not matter what you do or where you are, the best to reduce the risk of Covid-19 is to wash your hand when you touch something. The Corona Virus can land on surfaces and there are chances for people to become infected if they touch such surfaces. The most reliable and convenient way to prevent infection is to use hand sanitizer or regularly wash hands.
You may have heard about this precaution is better than cure. The habit of cleaning can reduce the chances of the Corona Virus getting into your house. With the proper cleaning and disinfecting services, you can keep your household as germ-free as possible.