As the COVID-19 virus continues to spread, your business could face high absentee rates. For this reason, your business should have a defense plan to help slow the spread and reduce the workforce impact. One step in this process is to provide a clean environment for employees and visitors alike. During an infectious outbreak, ill persons, particularly those who have the virus but do not manifest symptoms, may compromise the office environment by entering and depositing the virus on surfaces and in the air, where it waits for susceptible persons to pick up. Many of the most common suggested preventive…
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