There is an aggressive debate going on whether cloth masks are necessary. Are they meant to protect you from getting the virus? COVID-19 spreads when an infected person coughs, sneezes, or talks through respiratory droplets. These droplets land in the mouths or noses or get inhaled by others who are in the vicinity. Cloth
Coronavirus is hitting Tampa Bay businesses hard. Cases are at record highs and our COVID Teams are working double time. Clients are calling us day and night with questions about COVID-19 services. Commercial disinfection teams are going to positive cases daily in Tampa. Our business continuity teams are working late nights developing plans for
On April 29, 2020, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced Phase 1 of his "Safe. Smart. Step-by-Step." Plan to Re-Open Florida. Most non-essential businesses will be permitted to re-open starting on Monday, May 4 in every county except Dade, Palm Beach, and Broward, where most of the COVID-19 cases in the state have been reported.
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has announced new guidance allowing more businesses the option to reopen on April 24 and 27 if they follow Minimum Basic Operations and specific health and wellness guidelines. Read the Executive Order here. Some businesses, such as bars, nightclubs, amusement parks, public pools, and live performance venues, will remain closed.
In an effort to revive America's battered economy, The White House has released Guidelines for Opening Up America Again. The plan entails a three-phased approach with recommendations for state and regional officials, employers, and individuals, and is implementable on a statewide or county-by-county basis at each state's Governor's discretion. Prior to proceeding to Phased
The CDC now recommends Americans wear cloth face coverings in public to help slow the spread of COVID-19. This recommendation comes after research findings which show that asymptomatic people, those who are not experiencing any symptoms, can spread the virus. While staying home is the best way to avoid spreading germs, there are times
OSHA COVID-19 Guidance for Employers OSHA is already receiving complaints related to the Coronavirus Pandemic currently impacting our Nation. In fact, WJHL news out of Tennessee reported on April 8th that one Tennessee OSHA office had a total of 164 complaints related to COVID-19 in just one month. Most of the complaints included
Overview Many companies have recently decided to add coronavirus cleaning, disinfecting, sterilization, or decontamination to their list of services offered. Janitorial companies, carpet cleaners, and pest control companies that have received calls for “deep cleaning” or “fogging” have entered the marketplace with dollar signs in their eyes and an “I can do
We asked a Registered Nurse what is the best way to prevent contracting the novel coronavirus. Here's what she had to say: Facts Not Fear As we know, if we properly wash our hands with soap and water for about 20 seconds, we are actively participating in the promotion of health
The latest coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, that causes the infectious disease COVID-19, has created a new questions for organizations including: What company can provide virus decontamination services for our commercial buildings? And What questions should we ask a virus decontamination company to make sure they're qualified? While it's not difficult to find a company willing