A good article that appeared in livescience. 20 of the worst epidemics and pandemics in history | Live Science
“Viruses can linger on surfaces, from café counters to water fountains to bathroom sinks, and coronavirus is no exception. For instance, preliminary research published in the New England Journal of Medicine in April, suggests viable coronavirus can stay on plastic and...
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Household spread of Covid-19 is common and quick, a new CDC study finds Infection of others happened within days The research, part of an ongoing CDC-supported study, followed 101 people initially infected with Covid-19 in Nashville, Tennessee, and Marshfield,...
Researchers from the Technical University of Munich in Germany and the University of Helsinki in Finland led a study that discovered a receptor called neuropilin-1 gives the novel coronavirus a leg-up in infecting our tissues....
People who were infected actually need to keep future infections of all kinds to a minimum. This appears to be the long Covid problem. See also opportunistic pathogens/infections....
Please use the ATP test over uncontrolled UV tests for measuring the hygienic quality of a surface. Click to - "How does one measure the hygienic quality or cleanliness of a surface or object. What does clean mean". UV light can be used for a multitude of purposes. ...
How to compare biocides and other disinfecting chemicals http://www7.nau.edu/itep/main/HazSubMap/docs/HHWaste/DisinfectantsComparisonChart.pdf More Items: Reduction in the microbial load on high-touch surfaces in hospital rooms by treatment with a portable saturated...
- Chemicals causing havoc
- Viruses linger on surfaces
- What is “Long Covid” loss
- UV tests. How good are they for bacteria detection.
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- What is in a biocide. Are they toxic? Is a disinfectant a biocide?
- Disinfecting aircraft requires a proper knowledge of the substances and techniques
- How does one measure the hygienic quality or cleanliness of a surface or object. What does clean mean.
- Hazards of Bleach and Simple Cleaners. Did you know bacteria can survive and hitch rides in space? Did you know bacteria are becoming resistant to antibiotics?
- Why is it important to clean the environment and surfaces? What is the speediest method.
- Levels of Cleaning in Normal Establishments. Reduce microbes, mites, fleas and bed-bugs with good steam. (Rental Cars, Motels and Restaurants).
- The History of Hygiene and Sanitation
- Can High Temperature Steam Inactivate Corona Virus Sars-Cov-2
- Can biofilms be eliminated with steam also a bit of antimicrobial trivia.
- Can one catch Covid -19 in public transport or restaurants
- What is the Difference between a Pandemic and an Epidemic? What is a pathogen?
- Beware of improper cleaning
- What causes bad odors on surfaces? Remove odor with steam – a quick method
- Be careful about the overuse of cleaning chemicals
- Germiest Places and a Lot of Resources
- Constant and Rapid Cleaning is Required in Stores.
- A Graphic Visualization Tool to Understand the Virus Spread
- How does the Coronavirus causing disease spread?
- Deep-cleaning in Hotels and Restaurants is going to be the New Norm
- Bacteria can be ancient
- Don’t spray disinfectants
- As business trickles back, hotels compete on cleanliness Enhanced cleaning is happening everywhere as customers expect new standards
- Is the Nation prepared for the next Pandemic.
- Restaurants start up after deep clean with steam
- Coronavirus Remains Investors’ Top Concern For The Week Ahead. Is steam effective?
- MightySteam at the Ohio Food Industry Expo
- How Clean are Your Surfaces?