Tag: air disinfection for coronavirus

Person worshipping on Easter

Almost exactly one year ago, some public officials expressed optimism in the face of the sudden COVID-19 crisis, predicting that churches across the U.S. would have no issue hosting their Easter gatherings. While some churches indeed operated, as usual, others limited their congregations or canceled them altogether. Now, as Easter approaches once more, we’re looking at a different landscape -- effective vaccines are being distributed, case numbers are declining, and health experts have learned...

Coronavirus disinfection services

Recent developments in vaccines for COVID-19 and accelerated distribution have revealed something of a light at the end of the tunnel. However, it will still take time to fully move on from this pandemic. Even if we do approach what experts call “herd immunity,” some individuals will still be susceptible to contracting and/or transmitting the virus. As such, your office reopening strategy must include efforts to ensure the ongoing health and safety of your employees, guests, and customers. P...

Disinfection services

When the novel coronavirus rose to prominence one year ago, scientists scrambled to learn more about the nature of the virus and how it most easily spreads from one person to another. In those early months, many experts cautioned that the virus might be able to live on surfaces for extended periods of time. Since then, it has been discovered that surface transmission is not the primary method for the spread of COVID-19, but rather that respiratory droplets containing the virus posed the greatest...

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