Slowing the Spread of Coronavirus in the Virginia Peninsula
The coronavirus pandemic is evolving so quickly, it can be hard to keep up with new guidelines and information. And the more information there is, the harder it becomes to identify which coronavirus tips are legitimate and which are myths. We can’t slow the news cycle for you. And it’s still important to keep an eye on updates from the Centers for Disease Control and World Health Organization. However, we can provide a few simple coronavirus tips to simplify your day-to-day life.
First, be aware that there is no way to diagnose yourself for coronavirus. There is also no cure or vaccine at this time. Seriously question any information you hear to the contrary, especially if it doesn’t not come from a reputable source.
Understand that the effects of this virus can be devastating. Most people can recover at home. However, others are at risk of developing severe complications. And while the most vulnerable members of our community are at highest risk of fatal infection, no one should assume they’d overcome this illness easily.
We do not say this to scare you, but to encourage our community to take the pandemic seriously. Stay home whenever possible and wear a cloth face mask in public. Remember that not everyone who carries the virus shows symptoms. However, anyone who is infected is still contagious.
Coronavirus lives on certain surfaces for hours and even days. This is why the CDC recommends frequent, thorough hand washing and regular property disinfection. If you own an office, retail store, or other commercial facility, deep cleaning is imperative.
If you could use assistance with disinfection, call 911 Restoration of Virginia Peninsula. Our sanitization technicians are thorough and adhere strictly to CDC and EPA guidelines. They provide disinfection services in the Virginia Peninsula and beyond, covering both residential and commercial properties. They are also compassionate, recognizing the stress you are under at this time. You can count on them to communicate clearly and answer all your questions, no matter how big or small.
Everyone in our community is doing their best at a difficult time. Our goal is to bring our neighbors whatever peace of mind we can. For sanitization and support, call 911 Restoration anytime.