You Can Lighten Up on Sanitizing Surfaces for COVID-19

You Can Lighten Up on Sanitizing Surfaces for COVID-19

Share on Pinterest Experts say that only high-traffic areas probably need to be sanitized and you don’t necessarily have to use a disinfectant. Ryan J Lane/Getty ImagesThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that surfaces don’t need to be sanitized as often — new findings indicate the coronavirus doesn’t live long on them. Experts say that high-traffic areas should still be wiped down, though using a disinfectant isn’t absolutely necessary. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, many people have opted to follow not just the advice but the actions of infectious disease experts. That, says Schaffner, is good news and a reason to consider new actions like reopening libraries.

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