Idaho hospital steps up its cleaning efforts for Covid

July 27, 2020

One Idaho Falls hospital is boosting its efforts so the public feels safe when they walk through its front doors, according to the East Idaho News website.

Idaho Falls Community Hospital was already taking everyone’s temperature who enters the building and reducing the number of visitors.

In early June, the hospital began using electrostatic sprayers and a hydrogen peroxide-based dry fog.

The dry hydrogen peroxide-based fog is used to clean rooms. After the fog clears, electrostatic sprayers are used to apply an anti-microbial disinfectant. 

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