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Environmental Cleaning and Disinfection Services


The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is now a global pandemic. Communicable diseases are a serious healthcare threat. The potentially deadly coronavirus can remain vialbe on surfaces we regularly touch - for hours and even days. This has prompted a need to be vigilant in preventing the spread of disease by decontaminating surfaces and the safe disposal of infected materials.

Coronavirus Crisis Emergency Response Group provides a First Response Cleaning and Disinfection Service specifically for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, we well as for other disease-causing microbes.  We provide a turnkey solution by trained experts that provide your organization with the ability to act quickly to address dangerous public health threats.

Our training and protocols are based on OSHA, and NFPA standards and conform to both US and Canadian evidence-based practices in biosecurity.
Our services have a proven success record. 

A clean environment is the best prevention.

For more information, email info@coronavirusresponse.com or call 1-833-PANDEM-9 (1-833-726-3369).


Risk of Contamination

There is much to learn about the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19. Based on what is currently known about the virus, spread from person-to-person happens frequently among close contacts (within about 6 feet). This type of transmission occurs via respiratory droplets. Transmission of novel coronavirus to persons from surfaces contaminated with the virus is also possible, a process called fomites.

Current evidence suggests that novel coronavirus may remain viable for hours to days on surfaces made from a variety of materials. Cleaning of visibly dirty surfaces followed by disinfection is a best practice measure for prevention of COVID-19 and other viral respiratory illnesses in community settings. More frequent and deeper cleaning is recommended for surfaces touched frequently and by the public.

Preventing the COVID-19 Virus spread gets down to basics.


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