As the number of cases of individuals infected with the novel coronavirus continues to increase around the country, the necessity of keeping public and communal spaces as sanitized as possible cannot be understated.
The importance of maintaining a clean and sanitized workspace has been emphasized as COVID-19 continues to spread across the globe. Businesses of all sizes are feeling the impact that sick employees have upon their productivity and bottom line, and many of them are searching for a way to keep their employees healthy without keeping all of them at home.
Scientists are still studying the illness technically known as COVID-19 and commonly called the coronavirus. It is currently believed, however, that the virus responsible for the respiratory sickness can linger on surfaces and remain infectious for a while.
Like everything else in Nature, mold has its role. It has an important part to play in the decomposition of organic matter. We humans find it useful for making penicillin and cheese. But at the same time, uncontrolled mold growing around us presents significant health risks.