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Infection Control

Touch Points

Touch points; hot spots; high-risk areas; high-traffic areas; susceptible surfaces; and so on. There are many ways to describe the places that pose the most risk to users and building
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Outbreak Control Case Studies

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Concerns About Hitchhikers

Normally, when we discuss cross contamination issues in the professional cleaning industry, the concern is that building occupants will touch potentially contaminated surfaces, such as countertops, doorknobs, ledges, railings and
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Seeing Is Not Believing

In December 1999, a four-part study was conducted assessing the cleanliness of 113 surfaces in various hospitals over a 14-day period. The surfaces were cleaned using conventional cleaning methods —
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