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Post Vaccine Pandemic: Do You Still Need Electrostatic Cleaning?

Dec 18, 2020

The Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine has received emergency FDA approval and has begun to be administered to front line workers this past week. Could this be the turnaround we have all been hoping for? While it’s certainly promising, we still need to remain vigilant and continue to follow CDC guidelines for the foreseeable future. Electrostatic disinfection will play an important role in maintaining safe facilities during the vaccine rollout and long after.

Patience Is Key

The excitement over the possibility that Covid-19 could be in the rear view mirror is truly palpable. However, this is not an overnight process. First, there is an order to who is eligible for the vaccine. Everyone will have to wait their turn, as high-risk populations take priority. During this time, some or maybe all of your employees may be unprotected against Covid-19. The best way to handle the wait is to continue to practice regular disinfection, social distancing, mask wearing, and handwashing. Find out where you fall in line to get the vaccine with this handy tool from the New York Times.

Electrostatic Disinfection Still Provides Protection

Facilities are reopening, and will continue to reopen as vaccination becomes more widespread. But, since not everyone will have access to the vaccine right away or agree to take it, businesses will need to continue to keep their facility as clean as possible. In addition, distancing, masking, and other safety precautions will need to remain in effect. Electrostatic disinfection is over 8x more effective than traditional hand wiping methods at completely disinfecting surfaces in offices, schools, medical facilities, and more. Plus, even as Covid-19 cases begin to fall, we still have seasonal flu to deal with! As we barrel full steam ahead into cold and flu season, disinfection of high touch surfaces helps to curb the spread of these illnesses as well. Electrostatic spray provides this kind of protection with a blanket of positively charged mist that clings to surfaces and disinfects.

Virus Assassins can help you continue to keep your workplace as safe as possible while waiting for employees and staff to have access to vaccination. Our EPA approved electrostatic disinfection is the quickest, most efficient method for keeping bacteria and viruses at bay. We can give you a free estimate by phone, or take advantage of our easy online calculator. Our experienced team serves the greater Houston area. Contact us today for more information, or to schedule your first electrostatic disinfection service.

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