Hygiene Remains Key To Controlling Coronavirus

Healthcare facilities also need to focus on surface cleaning and placement of sanitizer dispensers

November 25, 2020

When the COVID-19 pandemic struck, the initial focus in many facilities was on surface sanitization and hand hygiene as strategies for controlling the spread of the coronavirus. Eventually, many organizations, including healthcare facilities, turned much of their attention to HVAC systems as the facility component of greatest interest in minimizing the spread of the infection.

Despite the reordering of priorities as COVID-19 cases surge, maintaining effective hygiene practices in healthcare facilities remains an essential measure in slowing the spread of disease, according to Becker’s Hospital Review

With hygiene undoubtedly top of mind, Tork prepared a Hospital Hygiene Bundle, available on its Tork Clean Care for Healthcare site, which provides hospitals with a go-to guide of hygiene solutions for patient care and hospital operations.

In addition to outfitting facilities with the right solutions, it’s also important to remain focused on tried-and-true hygiene best practices, including hand hygiene, surface cleaning, and sanitizer dispenser placement.

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