Prevention/Protection from Norovirus

Clean and disinfect surfaces
After someone vomits or has diarrhea, always thoroughly clean and disinfect the entire area immediately. Put on rubber or disposable gloves, and wipe the entire area with paper towels, then disinfect the area using a bleach-based household cleaner as directed on the product label. Leave the bleach disinfectant on the affected area for at least five minutes then clean the entire area again with soap and hot water. Finish by cleaning soiled laundry, taking out the trash, and washing your hands.

To help make sure that food is safe from norovirus, routinely clean and sanitize kitchen utensils, counters, and surfaces before preparing food.

You should use a chlorine bleach solution with a concentration of 1000 to 5000 ppm (5 to 25 tablespoons of household bleach [5% to 8%] per gallon of water) or other disinfectant registered as effective against norovirus by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). For more information, see EPA’s Registered Antimicrobial Products Effective Against Norovirus (Norwalk-like virus)[3 pages].


Wash laundry thoroughly
Immediately remove and wash clothes or linens that may be contaminated with vomit or poop.

You should:

handle soiled items carefully without agitating them,
wear rubber or disposable gloves while handling soiled items and wash your hands after, and
wash the items with detergent and hot water at the maximum available cycle length then machine dry them at the highest heat setting.

https://www.cdc.gov/norovirus/about/prevention.html

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