“The CDC has developed cleaning and disinfecting recommendations for COVID-19, which are similar to best practices for controlling other respiratory infections. Frequently used surfaces such as light switches, doorknobs, tables, bathrooms and desks are recommended to be cleaned at least once per day, especially when dirtied. Additionally, electrostatic spraying of disinfectants is a newer technology that could be highly effective….Cleaning and disinfecting are different procedures that should be used in tandem to remove and kill germs. It’s possible to clean without disinfecting, but you can’t disinfect without cleaning….By disinfecting with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) List N disinfectants, you’re able to kill any remaining germs on surfaces, further reducing any risk of spreading infection.”