The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states that only cleaning and rinsing high-contact surfaces is sufficient
Washington, April 5 (EFE). – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) United States They assured them on Monday that washing the surface with soap and water is sufficient to reduce the risk of infection. Coronavirus disease, So there is no need to use disinfectant products.
So far, the CDC recommends that Americans use chemical product Disinfect frequently touched surfaces, such as tables, switches, and door handles; but they have updated the standard and clearly stated that washing with soap and water is sufficient.
In addition, he explained that cleaning the surface regularly with soap and water can remove bacterial, Although it will not kill them like chemicals.
In any case, according to Walensky, water with soap bar They are sufficient to reduce the risk of infection, making it easier to clean houses, commercial establishments and schools, and these houses, commercial establishments and schools have begun to reopen in different parts of the United States.
However, if it is confirmed that there is a positive situation, Coronavirus disease Walensky said that in the last 24 hours of the facility in question, you do need to use chemicals to kill bacteria.
on the other hand, CDC Again expressed concern about the increase in U.S. cases, with an average of 64,000 new cases in the U.S. infection Last week’s daily income increased by 7% over the previous week.
At present, the country is immersed in a struggle with time, vaccination Before as many Americans as possible infection with Hospitalization.
United States It has an average of 3 million vaccinations a day, and Saturday’s vaccinations reached a record 4 million.
According to independent count Johns Hopkins UniversitySince the beginning of the pandemic, 30 million people have been infected in the United States and more than 555,000 people have lost their lives. EFE
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