Common Sense Steps To Prevent Coronavirus And Other Infections In Facilities

Keeping your facilities clean is more important than ever so you can keep your employees and customers safe. At System4, we use a product called Microshield 360 to help protect surfaces from germs, mold and viruses. Unlike any other product out there, this is applied once a year and will keep you protected 24/7. I included an article from Facilitiesnet with other tips you can utilize as you are opening up your business.

Wayne Holland – President, System4 Indianapolis

Source: Facilitiesnet | Re-Post System4 6/11/2020 – 

At peak flu season, a new virus has entered the United States, making it a good time to refresh common sense prevention measures for occupants in commercial facilities. 

The first case of a new strain of coronavirus was detected on January 20 in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) was detected in a patient in Washington state who had recently returned from Wuhan, China, where the outbreak originates. 

Public health screenings are being conducted at five major airports and the CDC has upgraded its travel health notice from Level 1 to Level 2: Practice Enhanced Precautions. Symptoms associated with this virus have included fever, cough and trouble breathing, according to CDC. There has been some person-to-person spread of the new virus in Asia, but at this time the CDC says the risk to the American public is low.

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