The threat Florida will face from the coronavirus

The threat Florida will face from the coronavirus

This is how the health authorities consider it, for whom this triple threat is made up of the number of visitors who arrive for the spring break, the crowds in the streets and the covid-19 pandemic.

Health experts have also sounded the alarms at the images of beaches and bars full of young people who celebrate without a mask and without keeping social distance, as if there was no longer a pandemic.

They fear that within a few weeks there will be a new spike in infections, which were down in Florida, and warn of the risk that new variants of the virus that can be highly transmissible will appear and spread.

How to clean our commercial establishments

The virus that causes COVID-19 can settle on surfaces. People can become infected if they touch such surfaces and then touch their nose, mouth, or eyes. In most cases, the risk of infection from touching a surface is low. The surest way to prevent infection through contaminated surfaces is to wash your hands or use hand sanitizer frequently.

Cleaning and disinfecting surfaces can also reduce the risk of infection.

Always follow standard practices and applicable regulations specific to the type of establishment to meet minimum standards for cleaning and sanitizing. This guide is intended for buildings in community settings and is not intended for healthcare settings or other establishments where specific regulations and practices may apply to cleaning and sanitizing tasks.

When to clean and when to disinfect.

Cleaning with products that contain soap or detergent reduces germs on surfaces by removing contaminants and can also weaken or destroy some of the virus particles, reducing the risk of infection through surfaces.

When it is known that there are no suspected cases of people with COVID-19 or confirmed cases in a space, a daily cleaning is usually sufficient to remove any virus that may be on the surfaces and help maintain a healthy establishment.

Disinfection (with products that are listed on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) List N external icon) kills germs left on surfaces, further reducing the risk of spreading infections .
You may choose to clean more frequently or to disinfect (in addition to cleaning) in shared spaces if certain conditions exist that can increase the risk of infection from touching surfaces:

• High transmission of COVID-19 in your community,
• Fewer people who wear masks,
• Infrequent hand hygiene, or
• The space is occupied by certain people, such as those most at risk of becoming seriously ill from COVID-19

If there was a sick person or someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 in your establishment in the last 24 hours, you should clean AND disinfect the place.
At All Pro Commercial Cleaning we are now helping Orlando businesses and organizations protect their workers and workplaces during this pandemic by adopting the latest disinfection technologies and techniques.

We offer commercial cleaning and maintenance in the Central Florida region. We can meet any cleaning and sanitizing need, no matter how big or small. Whether you need a daily, biweekly, monthly or one-time cleaning, All Pro can do it. We work with the particular specifications of your building ensuring we have a cleaning program that meets and exceeds your expectations. We are fully insured and guaranteed. We also offer products and services that comply with environmental standards.