Happy Wednesday: We Figured a Way to Reduce the Chance of You Getting Infected by COVID-19
This is the most comprehensive tips to making your home sanitized.
Because this will surely reduce the risk of your family being infected by COVID-19.
Inshort: If you’re scared of being infected, then you’ll definitely find this helpful!
What are you waiting for? Let’s get started!
The total number of COVID-19 cases worldwide is 375 million, with an account for 5.66 million deaths across different nations. In this instance, there would be 2 infected students in a classroom of 50. As horrifying as it may seem, we can definitely do something about this. Right here, right now.
Even though COVID-19 is transmittable via air, according to WHO Spokesperson, we can’t remove the fact that it can be transmitted on surfaces via droplets (e.g., sneezing and coughing). That’s why we will be focusing on how to sanitize and maintain cleanliness in our household. That’s right, you’ll definitely have a strong barrier against this contagious virus!
What you can do:
Hard Surfaces (floor, bathroom tiles etc.)
- Mop these surfaces with a disinfectant mixed with water (or even a soap will do). The instructions on the manual may differ depending on what type of disinfectant you’re using but keep in mind that most of it is harmful for skin contact so wear a pair of gloves.
- If possible, pour hot water in the area (bathroom) to make sure that the virus and bacterias are all disregarded and wiped out.
Soft Surfaces (rugs, carpet, drapes etc.)
- Clean these surfaces with a disinfectant mixed with water (or even a soup will do). The instructions on the manual may differ depending on what type of disinfectant you’re using but keep in mind that most of it is harmful for skin contact so wear a pair of gloves.
- If possible, launder the items in the washing machine with the warmest appropriate setting available and of course, dry it.
- When you’re vacuuming a place where a COVID-19 positive stayed, make sure you’re wearing the right mask and disinfect as soon as possible.
- When laundering your clothes, make sure to use the warmest appropriate setting to disregard the possible contamination.
- When handling the clothes of an infected person, make sure you’re wearing gloves and a mask.
- Yes, it is safe to wash your clothes with a person infected as long as you’re following the right procedure. (But of course, if possible and can be avoided, do so. You can never be safer.)
- Wash and disinfect your hands after washing.
Remember that a clean place is a safe place.