Corona Virus Cleaning & Disinfecting Services
Expert Level Cleaning Services
CDC responded to an international respiratory infection outbreak caused by a newly discovered Coronavirus in 2020. This disease began in China and spread internationally. There was a global outbreak of the disease, which the WHO defines as a pandemic.
Classy Maids Tampa professionals execute cleaning and disinfection procedures following the guidelines established by the Centers for Disease Control. Our experience in dealing with biological contaminants allows us to extend the scope of what regular janitorial employees do on a daily basis. Proactive cleanup involves cleaning and disinfecting structures and facilities that our professionals are trained to perform. Generally, cleanup procedures include cleaning porous and non-porous surfaces, disinfecting non-porous surfaces, cleaning and disinfecting tools, supplies, and equipment used during the cleanup procedure, and disposing of waste.
As per CDC recommendations, high-touch surfaces include counters, tabletops, doorknobs, light switches, toilets, phone, keyboards, tablets, and tables. These spaces are also mentioned in CDC’s guidance for commercial spaces:
Covid-19 Cleaning Supplies
As a precaution, the CDC recommends using a hospital-grade disinfectant that claims to kill similar pathogens to the Coronavirus. Classy Maids Tampa product line carries the EPA-approved emerging pathogens claims.
As a result of the pandemic, cities and states shut down bars, restaurants, and public venues. Shelter in place orders were issued in some areas to force residents to stay at home and limit movement. Reduce your exposure by following these tips:
Maintain Good Hygiene
- Hand sanitizer and frequent hand washing
- Keep your hands away from your face and cover coughs and sneezes
- Surfaces with high touch points, like doorknobs, light switches, tables,
and doorknobs, should be disinfected regularly
- Open windows and adjust the air conditioning to increase ventilation
Working in the office
- Avoid shaking hands and use other noncontact ways of greeting
- When possible, use videoconferencing
- Or hold meetings in open, ventilated spaces
- Disinfect high touch surfaces
Consider staying home if…
- You feel sick
- A member of your family is sick