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In a world in constant contact with its borders, every country and every trade faces significant challenges related to the hena, and the remediation and decontamination of certain types of premises, especially at risk, in order to continue to operate in the best possible conditions.
The Directorate of Epidemiology and Disease Control at the Ministry of Health publishes its advice to families for disinfecting the home of a possible or confirmed case of coronavirus contamination
Before remediation and disinfection of any type of virus can begin, teams must bring:
- Plastic gloves
- a waterproof blouse
- closed shoes
- Wearing glasses
- Cover your mouth with a cloth to make a barrier to any splash of liquids on the face.
We note that the use of single-use rags and chlorine bleach diluted to about one-sixth of the volume will be required. The entire procedure includes several steps on which we return:
- A simple handwashing with liquid soap,
- The preparation of the necessary equipment (cited above),
- Wearing protective clothing (cited above)
For disinfection of the rooms:
- Evacuate the contaminated contents of the room into the garbage bag,
- Put dirty laundry and clothing in a plastic bag that is possible or confirmed Covid-19. The linen must be handled gently so as not to suspend the particles possibly carrying a viral load.
The third step istocomplete and disinfect the furniture and verticalsurfaces. To do this, you need to:
- Infuse the single-use cloth with the prepared disinfectant solution;
- Disinfect vertical surfaces from top to bottom (walls, switches, door handles and windows, etc.)
- Disinfect each object in the chamber with the cloth impregnated with the disinfectant solution.
- Disinfect the toilets.
Replace the rag as frequently as possible.
- Throw the used rags into the garbage bag.
The fourth step is to clean and disinfect the soil. To do this, you need to:
- Disinfect the soil with a single-use mop impregnated with the prepared disinfectant solution. Disinfection should always be done from the “cleanest” to the “dirtiest” areas to avoid the transfer of contaminants.
- As in the previous stage, the mop should be replaced as frequently as possible and the mop used in the waste bag should be disposed of.
The final step is the treatment of linen and clothing: vêtements
- The linen used by the confirmed Covid-19 patient can be heavily contaminated with body fluids, which can cause contamination during handling. (The linen should be handled gently so as not to suspend the particles that may carry a viral load)
- The linen should be put in plastic bags at the level of the room. The outside of the bag should be disinfected with a cloth impregnated with the disinfectant solution before being drained to the washing machine.
- The treatment of the linen must be done at 60oC, in a washing machine.