Coronavirus Tips to Stay Protected
At this point, the coronavirus has become a worldwide pandemic that has affected the daily lives of everyone. For the residents of Everett, this concern has only highlighted the level of concern with staying protected during this troubling time. Fortunately, there are tips available that come recommended by the CDC and the World Health Organization (WHO), which include at a minimum the following:
- Wash often: By far, this is the most important tip to adhere to when protecting yourself and others. Make sure to use a liberal combination of water and soap to wash your hands clean of any germs present. According to the CDC, they recommend a minimum of 20 seconds at a time, especially if you’ve gone outside of your home recently.
- Remember the sanitizer: Hand sanitizer is a great way to stay clean when traditional washing isn’t an option. Be sure to stick to sanitizer that is at least 60% alcohol to maintain the utmost possible protection against coronavirus.
- Keep up the self-isolation: Thanks to government-mandated shutdowns, this has become even easier to accomplish. However, be sure you’re doing your part by maintaining six feet of separation when you have to go out. Stay home as much as possible. With the spread in Everett, this one tip to consider a must-do.
- Don’t neglect your home: It’s important to keep yourself clean, but it’s just as important to ensure your home is clean as well. To that end, it’s recommended to sanitize and disinfect your home as necessary. If you’re curious about the proper method of cleaning, check out this sanitization protocol established by the World Health Organization.
Sanitization and Disinfection Solutions
At 911 Restoration, we’re committed to the wellbeing and safety of our Everett residents. For this reason, we offer a comprehensive range of emergency restoration services. In addition to our standard services, we also provide a deep sanitization service. Unfortunately, we’re not capable of eliminating coronavirus for our Everett customers. However, our technicians maintain current training on the current CDC and EPA protocols to ensure our customers continue to remain as protected as possible with the use of our sanitization and disinfection solutions.