Traditionally health care facilities have been weighted with the responsibility of meeting hygienic standards. However, we should consider hygiene standards to be the responsibility of all. Our society should hold public transportation systems, airlines, restaurants, churches, and personal grooming places to standards comparable to medical facilities to some degree. Such establishments should take extraordinary care in protecting our general health.
This book brings awareness to the importance of understanding how proper cleaning and disinfecting slows and, in some cases, stop the spread of emerging pathogens and resurgence of others. We call this paradigm Cleaning for Health. Every day individuals can learn techniques and processes to mitigate the emerging pathogen threat, such COVID-19, by understanding the Science of Clean.