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How to protect your self from the secound wave of corona virus.

As more and more states beGIN to ease restrictions and open back up, health experts warn of a resurgence of COVID-19 cases — a so-called second wave. Whether that wave comes during the summer, in the middle of fall, or at some point in winter is tough to predict, but in the absence of a… Read more »

First and secound wave of Covid-19

In many parts of the world, cases of COVID-19 are declining, while other areas are seeing spikes. But the pandemic is still evolving. Doctors, public health experts and researchers are trying to answer tough questions: When will this first wave be over, and will there be a second wave of COVID-19 in the fall? Because… Read more »

Disinfect Hard (Non-porous) Surfaces

disinfect Hard (Non-porous) Surfaces Wear disposable gloves when cleaning and disinfecting surfaces. Gloves should be discarded after each cleaning. If reusable gloves are used, those gloves should be dedicated for cleaning and disinfection of surfaces for COVID-19 and should not be used for other purposes. Consult the manufacturer’s instructions for cleaning and disinfection products used. Clean… Read more »

General recommendations for cleaning and disinfection of households with people isolated in home care (e.g. suspected/confirmed to have COVID-19)

Household members should educate themselves about COVID-19 symptoms and preventing the spread of COVID-19 in homes. Clean and disinfect high-touch surfaces daily in household common areas (e.g. tables, hard-backed chairs, doorknobs, light switches, phones, tablets, touch screens, remote controls, keyboards, handles, desks, toilets, sinks) In the bedroom/bathroom dedicated for an ill person: consider reducing cleaning frequency… Read more »

General recommendations for routine cleaning and disinfection of households

Community members can practice routine cleaning of frequently touched surfaces (for example: tables, doorknobs, light switches, handles, desks, toilets, faucets, sinks, and electronics (see below for special electronics cleaning and disinfection instructions)) with household cleaners and EPA-registered disinfectantsexternal icon that are appropriate for the surface, following label instructions. Labels contain instructions for safe and effective use of… Read more »

How to prepared for outbreak

Create a household plan of action to help protect your health and the health of those you care about in the event of an outbreak of COVID-19 in your community: Talk with the people who need to be included in your plan, and discuss what to do if a COVID-19 outbreak occurs in your community. Plan… Read more »

5 Star Janitorial Inc is one of the 3 best janitorial services

  Best Commercial Cleaning Services in Ontario Expert recommended Top 3 Commercial Cleaning Services in Ontario, California. All of our commercial cleaning services face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best! 5 STAR JANITORIAL INC 925 Del Rancho Court, Ontario, CA… Read more »

BBB has Accredited 5 Star Janitorial Inc with a A+

5 STAR JANITORIAL, INC. – A+ Our world is taking steps to safely navigate the recovery process of the COVID-19 crisis. Every business leader is developing flexible strategies to address the changing business conditions, while creating proactive plans of recovery. As a BBB® Accredited Business, your commitment to ethical business practices is critical right now,… Read more »

Taking care of sick Covid-19 people

For the general public, CDC recommends wearing gloves when you are cleaning or caring for someone who is sick. In most other situations, like running errands, wearing gloves is not necessary. Instead, practice everyday preventive actions like keeping social distance (at least 6 feet) from others, washing your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds (or using a… Read more »

OSHA REQUEST TO USED GLOVES

OSHA requires that disposable gloves be changed as soon as practical when contaminated and as soon as feasible when they are torn or punctured. These requirements protect the employee from exposure to the hazards of bloodborne pathogens.