Increased cleaning session or regular cleaning visit plays a major part in limiting the infection and most importantly the transmission of COVID-19 itself.
Good housekeeping by minimising clutter and moving away difficult to clean items can make cleaning faster and easier to deal with. When you Increase the frequency of cleaning, try using general cleaning products such as detergents and bleach, paying attention to all surfaces but especially ones that are touched frequently, especially entry telephone systems, door knobs, door handles, light switches, dining tables, chairs, other work surfaces, remote controls and other electronic devices.
We recommend a system of work with minimum of two cleans on, frequently touched surfaces should be wiped down nicely, respectively at the beginning or the end of each working day. If your premises are habitable from greater number of people cleaning should be more frequent, whether they are entering or exiting the building premises they should have access to handwashing and hand-sanitising facilities at all times. Most importantly disinfection and cleaning of frequently touched surfaces is particularly important in shared bathrooms and communal kitchens like staff messrooms.
When cleaning or disinfecting surfaces, it is not compulsory to wear personal protective equipment (PPE) or other protective clothing over and above what would usually be used. But using a nitrile gloves and face covering will ease your mind and of course will help if you come across contaminated surface.