Covid and reopening the business

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    Hi guys,

    I run a furniture company, and it was closed due to COVID. As the COVID curve has flattened, I plan to reopen it. But I’m still a little worried. I want to clean the building before starting the work. What all cleaning processes need to be incorporated to avoid the spread of COVID?

    Owatonna, MN - Minnesota

    How long has the building been closed?

    I believe that the virus will only live a specific amount of time outside the body. If you have been closed a few weeks or more, I would think you would be fairly safe.

    You can always wipe everything down with a sanitizing solution just for an extra precaution.


    Hi welcome to BTP ,
    They sell specific sprayers designed to spray for the virus , I know graco and Ryobi make them , I think owning a business I might want to buy something like that , also just the typical set up for clients , hand sanitizer and so on ,
    How long have you been closed ,
    I’m sure you can get extra information on the government site , or anywhere specific to covid19
    Good luck with that ,
    Looking forward to hearing how it’s going 🤞

    Belleville, ON

    Where I work we have had 2 Covid case. The company close the plant for 24 hours and brought in a 3rd party company and did the cleaning. They used a sprayer. I have attached a picture.

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