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Virus Sanitization & Decontamination Sevices

24/7 Emergency Virus Sanitization & Decontamination Services

We are now offering 24/7 sanitization and decontamination to curb the spread of COVID-19 as a result of this new information. We are equipped to safely and efficiently clean and decontaminate residential and commercial properties. If you have reason to think that your property has the possibility of having been exposed to the COVID-19 virus, contact us immediately. Speed is essential in decontamination to limiting the spread of the disease.

What is COVID-19?

First detected in Wuhan, China near the end of december in 2019, this novel Coronavirus is thought to have originated from an animal and passed on to humans. The disease caused by the virus has been named Coronavirus Disease 2019. It comes from the same family of viruses that caused SARS and MERS, both of which had their respective outbreaks earlier in the decade.

This recent outbreak of COVID-19 began in Wuhan, China and has since spread by international travelers to more than 100 locations. The hardest hit areas outside of China as of March, 2020 are Italy and Iran. Until we better discover the mechanics of the disease and how it spreads, it will be hard to predict how the situation is going to unfold. But through following information from reliable and informed sources of experts in the subject matter, such as the CDC and WHO, we can take the right precautions to make sure we are doing what we can to limit its spread.

The Center For Disease Control (as of March 11, 2020) reports that the immediate risk in most communities in the United States is low. The situation can rapidly change and it is thought that the risk will increase, as cases of community spread (spread from someone with no connection to China) increase. Keeping up to date with information is vital as the situation changes from day to day.


How does it spread?

The SARS-COV-2 virus, being a novel virus that hasn’t been seen in humans before, we do not fully understand exactly how the virus spreads from person to person. There is evidence that suggests the virus spreads through respiratory droplets from coughing or sneezing. It is also suggested that his same process can contaminate objects, and spread through human contact with contaminated surfaces.

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