Classroom cleaning

How to sanitize your classroom

Tips for keeping your classroom germ free...

 

MRSA, or methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, is a type of drug-resistant bacteria known to cause serious skin infections. These infections are hard to treat and can potentially cause serious illnesses and even death.MRSA can live on people’s skin and, as a result, can easily be transmitted by surfaces. MRSA can often be found as part of a person’s skin flora and can therefore be easily shed and continue to live on environmental surfaces, creating a possible vector for transmission to other people. Practicing the following infection control measures can help prevent the spread of MRSA within school classrooms and facilities, along with proper hand hygiene practices such as regular use of soap and water or hand sanitizers.

 

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