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Outdoor Footwear Carries Coronavirus

A doctor in America specialising in infectious diseases is warning that COVID-19 can live on shoes and synthetic fabrics for five days with footwear more likely to carry coronavirus if it has been worn in busy areas like supermarkets, airports or on public transport. This is because the sole of the shoe, boot or sandal…
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The power of disinfectant in the war against Coronavirus

It’s one of the oldest tried, trusted and tested cleaning products. And now more than ever, disinfectant is being used on a widespread basis to kill coronavirus in all environments from the public transport to care homes, nurseries, offices, apartment blocks and homes; not to mention those offices and businesses that are still open and…
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Packaging Poses Virus Risk

It has been revealed that the coronavirus can live for up to 24 hours on packages. This has serious implications for postal staff and for those signing for and receiving packages at home or at work. This is a large chain of people encompassing the person delivering the package to the receptionist or the mail…
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Cardboard, Chairs, Copper* – Coronavirus Settles on any Surface

News that Coronavirus can last a long time – from several hours to several days – on surfaces such as cardboard  and soft furnishings- is unsettling for businesses relying on their in-house cleaning team alone. No doubt about it, a professional clean using commercial grade disinfectant and bleach should kill the virus on those areas…
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‘Station Squabble’ winner just the tip of the ‘miceberg’

In the 2019 Wildlife Photographer of The Year People’s Choice award 28,000 people voted Sam Rowley’s ‘Station Squabble’ – an image of two mice fighting over a morsel of discarded food on a London Underground platform – the clear winner. This winning image aside, just how many mice infest London underground’s labyrinth of tunnels? And…
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