With COVID 19 also known as the coronavirus coming to the fore, people around the UK are taking precautions. Becoming more aware of the importance of keeping their soundings clean and sanitising their environment, be it their home or workplace.
Amid the current situation, premises are carrying out deep cleanings. This has been a common practice when dealing with a wide range of health or hygiene issues. For instance, it may be performed if a friend, family member or colleague suffers from an ailment such as asthma, which may be inflamed or aggravated by dust particles in the air. It may also apply to individuals suffering from a weakened immune system, alongside other conditions. Where a deep cleaning may be carried out, in the interests of maintaining good health.
But in the current climate, amid the coronavirus outbreak, a rising number of people are choosing to have a deep cleaning. A preventive measure to protect the public and stop the possible spread of infection.
Recently, a Nike store in Swindon, and two of its offices in London and Sunderland, temporarily closed their doors to have a deep cleaning. It has been reported the offices were cleaned over fears about coronavirus. But the manager of the Nike store, at the Swindon Designer Outlet, stated its closure was not related to the disease and it was only having a conventional deep cleaning.
Premises across the UK may choose to undergo a deep cleaning for various reasons. Home or business owners may arrange for their residential or commercial properties to be cleaned as part of everyday business. But, unfortunately at the present time, and possibly for the foreseeable future, it may be due to growing concerns over coronavirus.