COVID 19 in Long Island
Dealing with the coronavirus is forcing everyone in Long Island to adjust. It’s natural not to know exactly what to do as this virus rips through our community. Fortunately, you can base your actions on the official guidelines issued by the CDC and the EPA. Feel confident about your actions during this crisis by following these tips.
First of all, it’s important that you focus on your physical well-being during the coronavirus pandemic. This can mean self-isolating and obeying quarantine rules. You should maintain a distance of at least six feet from others when you go out in public. You should also frequently wash your hands for at least 20 seconds, according to the CDC.
You also need to take steps to ensure your home or business is clean and sanitized in Long Island. It’s important to scrub down surfaces that are touched frequently like:
- Tables and counters
- Doorknobs and handles
- Light switches
- Phones, keyboards, and other electronic devices
The CDC recommends that you wash surfaces with soap and water first. You can then sanitize them using a disinfectant approved by the EPA. We know that cleaning an electronic device with water can be a bad idea. You may want to use an alcohol wipe to clean electronics to prevent damage to these devices. Protect yourself by wearing disposable gloves each time you clean.
You can also take steps to keep your property sanitized by contacting the professionals. Reach out to 911 Restoration of Long Island for help right now. We are fully prepared to offer you disinfection solutions in this challenging time. Our crews draw on the guidelines issued by the CDC and the EPA to come up with sanitization services. We are standing by to begin cleaning and scrubbing down your home or business.