What is the CDC and why is it important to follow their guidelines?
The CDC stands for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, they are the primary public health federal agency here in the United States. The agency works hand in hand with the Department of Health and Human Services.
What does the CDC do?
The goal of the CDC is to protect public health whether it be to control or prevent disease, injury, or disability. Their primal focus is on infectious disease, food borne pathogens, and environmental health.
How does the CDC create guidelines?
The CDC conducts research and monitors health patterns to analyze data; this is how they create guidelines for the public.
Remediation and cleaning companies all follow CDC guidelines to avoid the spread of bacteria. Currently with COVID-19 companies have all been following disinfectant regulations created by the CDC.
To get the most accurate cleaning or disinfection guidelines go to the CDC website. Click here.
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