Here is a fool-proof guide to keep your kitchen spotless and eliminate the chance of contamination or disease, due to viruses and bacteria.
The coronavirus pandemic has made us all relook at the importance of good hygiene. But, as we wash and sanitize our hands more frequently in an effort to protect ourselves from the virus, it is also a good idea to pay attention to other areas of the house that need deep cleaning and disinfecting, like your kitchen.
When it comes to how often you should clean and sanitize your kitchen, food health experts say that key tools like knives and cutting boards should be cleaned and disinfected with an antibacterial washing-up liquid like
We have put together a simple yet important guide on what precautions you should take to resume work during the coronavirus. Read on to know how you can keep yourself safe.
As our economy slowly gears back into action, with the lockdown being eased in most parts of Kuwait, it is more important than ever to take extra precautions to keep yourself safe from the Coronavirus. A lot of us are getting ready to go back to our offices, but there is also an uncertainty and fear on the right way to do it. Worry not, because we have this handy guide to help you out.
While your workplace will have provisions for thermal scanning, sanitation and social distancing, as per the Kuwait Ministry of Health and World Health Organization directives, it is also important that you personally take precautions as well.
What you must know about the virus:
While you may already know these things, it is never a bad thing to go over them again. Especially because the pandemic
10 tips to #DisinfectToProtect your home from Coronavirus
These are our best practices for keeping yourself and your home clean and virus-free.
As the world ramps up countless self-protection measures against the novel coronavirus, there is also more confusion than ever, on the best practices and measures to disinfect your home and surroundings.
We all are well aware of the 20-second hand-washing rule, social distancing measures and more, but there are important considerations when it comes to keeping your living spaces free of coronavirus and other viruses and bacteria. Since the illness is transmitted via touch and airborne droplets that can stay on surfaces for several hours or possibly much longer, it is important to decontaminate any surfaces where such droplets could land. Because what looks clean may not always be so.
Are you not today more cautious of the surfaces you touch outside of your home? Like door handles and home delivery