Excerpted from CNN by Scottie Andrew and Yiwen Niu
You may spend more waking hours at work than you do at home, but when was the last time you really, really cleaned your workspace?
Offices provide hundreds of microscopic hiding spots for viruses and bacteria — the crevices in your keyboard, the button for your floor on the elevator, the communal fridge handle.
While the novel coronavirus is primarily transmitted between people, touching infected surfaces can pass the virus, too.
But don’t call out sick just yet: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) have tips on how to properly disinfect work stations to keep yourself healthy and your workplace clean during a pandemic.
Before you start your shift, use an EPA-approved product to disinfect your desk, keyboard, computer mouse, work phone and any other objects or surfaces that you or your coworkers touch a lot.
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