Coronavirus Prevention Tips in Minneapolis
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, Governor Tim Walz has issued a stay-at-home order to the people of Minneapolis. Walz also signed an executive order on April 13 to extend the current peacetime emergency for another 30 days. A peacetime emergency allows Minnesota to continue the public health and economic relief measures it has implemented to assist people during the COVID-19 pandemic. In light of these steps, many Minnesotans have gathered together to protest the stay-at-home order. The protest group feels as if its members should be able to go back to work now and not have to wait for officials to reopen the state.
Despite the growing controversy surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is advocating for all Americans to avoid close contact with each other by social distancing. This recommendation entails staying at home as much as possible and putting at least 6 feet of distance between yourself and others, regardless of the appearance of symptoms. The CDC states that it is still possible to spread the virus to others even if you don’t feel sick, making social distancing crucial.
While spending time at home, it is essential to keep your surroundings as clean as possible to keep the coronavirus from infiltrating your space. 911 Restoration of Minneapolis is ready to assist you with sanitization services in your home or business. We have professionally trained our teams to thoroughly clean the surfaces of your property while following the CDC’s social distancing order. Our technicians wear gloves and face masks while providing disinfection solutions that help reduce your risk. We will address hard and soft surfaces, electronics, and all areas of the property that are regularly touched.
If you have questions regarding our sanitization efforts, call 911 Restoration of Minneapolis. Our staff will walk you through the steps we will take to help make your home or business a clean, safe space.