Dealing with the Coronavirus in Mesa
Almost all of Arizona’s 15 counties have reported cases of COVID-19. Mesa is one of the areas experiencing “community spread” of the coronavirus, which means the source of the virus is unknown. The number of infections and deaths has steadily risen over the last few weeks, making it crucial for people to abide by the statewide stay-at-home order. According to the CDC and EPA, limiting contact with people by self-quarantining and social distancing is the best way to protect yourself from the coronavirus.
While sheltering in place, it is necessary to keep your home as clean as possible. You can take steps to disinfect your property by regularly cleaning surfaces with soap and water. You should make sure to clean tables, doorknobs, light switches, countertops, handles, faucets, phones, remote controls, and all other frequently touched surfaces. The EPA has a list of disinfecting products they recommend to use against the coronavirus.
It is vital to your health to protect yourself when you are inside and outside of your property. You may have to go outside for essential reasons, such as going to the grocery store, pharmacy, or hospital. The CDC recommends you wear a mask and gloves whenever you leave your home. If possible, you should wear disposable gloves and a mask that covers both your nose and mouth.
911 Restoration of Mesa realizes that this is an extraordinary time, and our staff wants to help you in any way we can. Our technicians are available to help sanitize your home and business. We are professionally trained in cleaning sanitization services and will provide you with thorough disinfection solutions. Our technicians will practice the appropriate social distancing guidelines during the sanitization effort to ensure we do our part to keep you safe.
If you have any questions regarding 911 Restoration’s professional disinfection solutions, please give us a call today.