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March 2020 news is filled with dire warnings of the spreading Coronavirus pandemic. Each day, the number of infected people in countries, states, and cities where the virus has appeared, seems to double. As of Monday, March 16th, there are five confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state of Idaho—double the number of two days ago when it first appeared in Idaho. In the governor’s press briefing on Friday, the Health Department expert suggested the number of cases could balloon to 60,000 by the end of April. Large nationwide concerts, festivals, competitions, and events have been postponed or canceled. Even new movie releases have been delayed. Locally, school sporting competitions have been canceled, many school districts have closed school for at least two weeks, Boise State classes are online only for the rest of Spring semester, and many more closures will happen as virus cases increase statewide. People have been advised to self-quarantine at home and contact their doctor if they get sick. The governor has placed a high priority on activating testing procedures, implementing strategies to limit virus spread, and remediation programs for cleaning and sanitizing buildings and businesses where a sick person has unwittingly exposed the facility, and other people, to their illness.
DISASTER RESPONSE & COVID-19
Disaster Response has moved quickly to be ready to meet the threat of this virus head-on and help limit the spread of COVID-19 in Idaho. Biohazard cleanup is an area we specialize in. Cleaning and disinfecting areas, buildings and businesses, and homes and their contents, that have been exposed to a contaminating agent is what our highly trained crews do every day. Safely using specialized chemicals and cleaning agents to decontaminate areas affected by bacteria and viruses, supplemented with cutting-edge use of specialized application processes that help protect surfaces from further infection once they are decontaminated are tasks that Disaster Response employees are trained to do. As a business that operates in public, our strict safety protocols meet CDC standards in order to minimize risk to our clients, our employees, and our own families.
We are here to help. No virus mitigation job is too large, no safety concern is too small for Disaster Response. We are on call and ready to clean up and sanitize exposure in schools, government buildings, public areas, restaurants, large and small businesses, theaters, hotels and motels, apartment and condominium buildings, rentals, and private homes. The risk is growing, but we are here to help Idaho communities and families be safe and have a healthy outcome throughout the duration of the COVID-19 threat. Please call us with your health, safety, and clean up concerns.
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