Cleaning tips to help keep COVID-19 out of your home (2023)


From doing laundry to preparing meals — every day measures to help protect your family.

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14 September 2020

Can you catch the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) from food? How should I do laundry now? Mundane household tasks have turned into a source of uncertainty and anxiety as families grapple with getting the basics done all while keeping their loved ones safe and healthy. Widespread misinformation about the virus puts everyone at risk and adds to the stress of having to filter fact from fiction.

While research into the COVID-19 virusis ongoing, we know the virus is spread mainly when respiratory droplets of an infected person (generated through coughing, sneezing, talking, singing) get into the mouth, nose or eyes of people who are nearby. We also now know that people can be infected, and spread the virus to others, even without having any symptoms. People may also become infected by touching their mouth, nose or eyes after touching surfaces contaminated with the virus. The virus may survive on surfaces for a few hours up to several days. The good news? Simple disinfectants can kill it. Now what does this mean for your home?

To give parents a helping hand, we compiled the latest expert information on what is known about COVID-19and tips to help keep it out of your home.

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Cleaning and hygiene tips to protect against COVID-19

Personal hygiene
Cleaning around the home
Cleaning clothes
Handling and preparing food

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Personal hygiene

Simple hygiene measures can help protect your family’s health and everyone else's.

Don’t touch your face

Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.

Don’t cough or sneeze into your hands

Cover your mouth and nose with your elbow or tissue when coughing or sneezing. Dispose of used tissue immediately.

Keep your distance

Maintain a distance of at least 1 meter (3 feet) from people outside your household.

Wear a mask in public places

If COVID-19 is widespread in your area, a fabric mask should be worn in all public settings where it is difficult to keep a physical distance from others.

Monitor for your health daily

Be alert for any symptoms of COVID-19 in yourself and your family. Seek medical care early if symptoms develop, and stay home except to get medical care.

Wash, wash, wash your hands

Yes, you’re hearing it everywhere, because it’s the best line of defence. Wash hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20-30 seconds.

An easy way to time it with your children is by singing the full happy birthday song, twice.

Make sure to wash hands after you blow your nose, sneeze into a tissue, before putting on and after removing your fabric mask, use the restroom, when you leave and return to your home, before preparing or eating food, applying make-up, handling contact lenses etc.

If using a hand sanitizer ensure that it contains at least 60 per cent alcohol, ensure coverage on all parts of the hands and rub hands together for 20-30 seconds until hands feel dry. If hands are visibly dirty, always wash hands with soap and water.

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Cleaning around the home

Cleaning and disinfecting high-touch surfaces in your home regularly is an important precaution to lower the risk of infection.

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Follow cleaning product instructions for safe and effective use, including precautions you should take when applying the product, such as wearing gloves and making sure you have good ventilation.

Some national authorities have made lists of recommended products for use against the COVID-19 virus.

High-touch surfaces to clean and disinfect

Every home is different, but common high-touch surfaces include: Door handles, tables, chairs, handrails, kitchen and bathroom surfaces, taps, toilets, light switches, mobile phones, computers, tablets, keyboards, remote controls, game controllers and favourite toys.

What to use to clean and disinfect

If a surface is dirty, first clean it with soap or detergentand water. Then use a disinfectant product containing alcohol (of around 70 per cent) or bleach. Vinegar and other natural products are not recommended.

In many places it can be difficult to find disinfectant sprays and wipes. In such cases, continue to clean with soap and water. Diluted household bleach solutions may also be used on some surfaces.

How to disinfect

It’s important not to wipe cleaning solutions off as soon as you’ve applied it to a surface. Many disinfectant products, such as wipes and sprays, need to stay wet on a surface for several minutes in order to be effective. Always read the directions to make sure you’re using the products as recommended and to avoid damaging sensitive items such as mobile phones and other electronic devices. Consider using wipeable covers for electronics.

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Cleaning clothes

It is currently unclear how long the COVID-19 viruscan survive on fabric, but many items of clothing have plastic and metal elements on which it might live for a few hours to several days.

Exercise caution and common sense. Good practices to consider include removing your shoes when you enter your home and changing into clean clothes when you return home after being in crowded places, and washing your hands with soap and water immediately afterwards.

Doing laundry at home

Clean bed sheets, towels and clothes regularly.

  • Don’t shake dirty laundry to minimize the possibility of dispersing the virus through the air.
  • Launder items with soap or detergent, using the warmest appropriate water setting and dry items completely — both steps help to kill the virus.
  • Wash your hands with soap and water, or use an alcohol-based hand rub, immediately afterwards.
  • Wash or disinfect your laundry bag and hamper as well. Consider storing laundry in disposable bags.

Doing laundry outside your home

If you need to use laundry facilities outside of your home, take sensible precautions:

  • Prepare laundry before leaving your home to help minimize the amount of time you spend outside.
  • Try to go at a time when there are fewer people.
  • Maintain physical distance of at least 1 meter from other people.
  • Wear disposable gloves if available, disinfect the surfaces of all machines you use and don’t touch your face.
  • For indoor laundry facilities, wait outside for your laundry to finish if you can.
  • Fold your laundry at home.
  • Wash your hands with soap and water, or use an alcohol-based hand rub, immediately afterwards.
  • Wash or disinfect your laundry bag/ hamper as well. Consider storing laundry in disposable bags.

If you don’t have access to laundry facilities, hand wash your clothes at home with soap or detergent and the warmest appropriate water.

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Handling and preparing food

While at present there is no evidence of people catching the COVID-19 virusfrom food or food packaging, it may be possible that people can become infected by touching a surface or object contaminated by the virus and then touching their face.

The greater risk comes from being in close contact with other people while outside food shopping or receiving a food delivery (as receiving any deliveryin areas with local transmission). So it’s important to keep a distance of at least 1 meter from others, wear a fabric mask in public settings, and frequently wash your hands. As always, good hygiene is important when handling food to prevent any food-borne illnesses.

Food packaging and handling precautions

  • Remove any unnecessary packaging and dispose into a waste bin with a lid.
  • Remove food from take-out containers, place on a clean plate and dispose of the container.
  • Packaging like cans can be wiped clean with a disinfectant before being opened or stored.
  • Wash unpackaged produce, such as fruit and vegetables, thoroughly under running water.
  • Wash your hands with soap and water, or use an alcohol-based hand rub, immediately afterwards.

General food hygiene tips

  • Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds before preparing any food.
  • Use separate chopping boards to prepare uncooked meat and fish.
  • Cook food to the recommended temperature.
  • Where possible, keep perishable items refrigerated or frozen, and pay attention to product expiry dates.
  • Aim to recycle or dispose of food waste and packaging in an appropriate and sanitary manner, avoiding build-up of refuse which could attract pests.
  • Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds before eating and make sure your children do the same.
  • Always use clean utensils and plates.

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What are the 10 things to do to maintain personal hygiene? ›

Personal hygiene includes:
  1. cleaning your body every day.
  2. washing your hands with soap after going to the toilet.
  3. brushing your teeth twice a day.
  4. covering your mouth and nose with a tissue (or your sleeve) when sneezing or coughing.
  5. washing your hands after handling pets and other animals.

What can I clean to get rid of Covid? ›

Cleaning with products containing soap or detergent reduces germs on surfaces by removing contaminants and decreases risk of infection from surfaces. If no one with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 has been in a space cleaning once a day is usually enough to remove virus that may be on surfaces.

What are the 5 ways to prevent Covid-19? ›

5 things you need to know about COVID-19
  1. Wash your hands frequently. ...
  2. Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces. ...
  3. Practice social distancing, cover your face and stay home if you are sick. ...
  4. Get your information from experts. ...
  5. Maintain your overall health.

How do you keep your house disinfected? ›

To disinfect, use an EPA-registered disinfecting product or a stronger bleach solution. Clean the surface with soap and water first. Always read the label of disinfecting products to make sure the products can be used on the type of surface you are disinfecting (such as a hard or soft surface).

How do you keep yourself clean and healthy list five habits or practices? ›

If you want to minimize your risk of infection and also enhance your overall health, follow these basic personal hygiene habits:
  1. Bathe regularly. Wash your body and your hair often. ...
  2. Trim your nails. ...
  3. Brush and floss. ...
  4. Wash your hands. ...
  5. Sleep tight.
20 May 2009

What are 7 healthy hygiene habits? ›

You can practice hygiene habits yourself, like brushing twice a day, bathing regularly, and washing hands after using the toilet and before eating and they follow. By laying out ground rules early and making sure your kids follow them, you'll start seeing them take care of their hygiene issues.

What is the best cleaner for killing Covid? ›

Bleach is one of the best household cleaners to use with any virus. Most households already have this extremely common item. When cleaning, mix half a cup of bleach with a gallon of hot water. Wipe down surfaces like tables, hard-backed chairs, doorknobs, light switches, remotes, handles, desks, toilets and sinks.

How do you remove Covid from a room? ›

Use fans to improve air flow
  1. Place a fan as close as possible to an open window blowing outside. This helps get rid of virus particles in your home by blowing air outside. ...
  2. Point fans away from people. ...
  3. Use ceiling fans to help improve air flow in the home whether or not windows are open.

How long does COVID-19 stay in the air? ›

The virus spreads when other people breathe in infected droplets or when the droplets land in the eyes, nose or mouth of a person nearby. Infection with the COVID-19 virus may also occur if someone is exposed to very small droplets or aerosols that stay in the air for several minutes or hours.

How do I not get Covid from my family? ›

How to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in your home
  1. try to stay away from other people you live with.
  2. spend as little time as possible in spaces you share with other people (such as living rooms and kitchens)

How long do you stay contagious after testing positive for COVID-19? ›

You are considered recovered when you are no longer infectious for COVID-19. Typically, this is: 7 full days after the start of symptoms or from the date of the positive test (if no symptoms)

How do I protect my family from Covid? ›

Stay home.
  1. Stay home. ...
  2. Stay away from work, school, and public places. ...
  3. Cough or sneeze into a tissue, then throw the tissue into the trash. ...
  4. Wear a face mask. ...
  5. If you need to go in to a hospital or clinic, expect that the healthcare staff will wear protective equipment such as masks, gowns, gloves, and eye protection.

How do I make my house Covid safe? ›

Slow the Spread of COVID-19

You can make your home safer. Ask people to wash their hands when they enter your home. Ask people staying in your home to wash their hands often. Ask visitors to wear a mask in your home.

What keeps the house free from germs? ›

Sanitize Your Family Room

Clean them often with disinfectant wipes. Use a damp microfiber cloth to gently wipe dust from your flat screen TV. Vacuum crumbs and clean spills right away, so bacteria doesn't grow in your carpets and furniture.

How do you disinfect air after being sick? ›

Disinfect the air: Norovirus and other common germs can live in the air long after you or your family has been sick. Open the windows in your home to let sunlight and fresh air in. Additionally, spray the rooms in your home with a disinfecting spray to kill any viruses and germs lingering in the air.

How can we keep ourselves clean and free from disease? ›

Healthy Habits
  1. #1 Handle & Prepare Food Safely. Food can carry germs. ...
  2. #2 Wash Hands Often. ...
  3. #3 Clean & Disinfect Commonly Used Surfaces. ...
  4. #4 Cough and Sneeze into a Tissue or Your Sleeve. ...
  5. #5 Don't Share Personal Items. ...
  6. #6 Get Vaccinated. ...
  7. #7 Avoid Touching Wild Animals. ...
  8. #8 Stay Home When Sick.

What are good cleaning habits? ›

9 Habits of People Who Always Have a Clean Home
  • Make the Bed.
  • Tidy Up as You Go.
  • Wipe Down Surfaces.
  • Tackle Laundry Each Day.
  • Categorize Paper.
  • Donate Regularly.
  • Clean Your Fridge Weekly.
  • Clean Up After Cooking.
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What are three things you can do to keep clean? ›

How to help someone you care for keep clean
  1. wash their hands after going to the toilet.
  2. wash their genitals and bottom area every day.
  3. wash their face every day.
  4. have a bath or shower at least twice a week.
  5. brush their teeth twice a day.

What are the 10 good health habits? ›

10 Habits to Maintain Good Health
  • Build your plate around healthy choices. Start by filling half your plate with fruits and vegetables. ...
  • Stay Hydrated. ...
  • Limit alcohol intake. ...
  • Avoid/quit tobacco usage. ...
  • Walk more. ...
  • Choose physical activities you enjoy. ...
  • Wash your hands. ...
  • Develop healthy sleep habits.
18 Aug 2018

How can a woman be clean? ›

Feminine hygiene tips you need to know
  1. Wash your vagina every day. ...
  2. Wash the outside of your vagina only. ...
  3. Try pH-balanced feminine washes. ...
  4. Avoid using gloves or sponges to wash your intimate area. ...
  5. Use a soft towel to dry the area. ...
  6. Don't point water directly at your vagina. ...
  7. Wipe front to back. ...
  8. Wear cotton underwear.

Which foods hinder your ability to sleep? ›

Five worst foods for sleep
  • Chocolate. High levels of caffeine in chocolate make it a poor choice for late-night snacking. ...
  • Cheese. While cheese is generally considered a comfort food, it is actually one of the worst foods to eat before bed. ...
  • Curry. ...
  • Ice cream. ...
  • Crisps. ...
  • Cherries. ...
  • Raw honey. ...
  • Bananas.

How do you disinfect a couch? ›

Mix 2 parts rubbing alcohol with 1 part water to create our homemade disinfectant. Then pour the mixture into your spray bottle. Hold the bottle 6 inches away from your furniture and lightly mist your sofas, loveseats, chairs, etc. Allow your furniture to dry before you sit.

What is the strongest disinfectant? ›

Sterilants and high-level disinfectants
  1. 1 Formaldehyde. ...
  2. 2 Glutaraldehyde. ...
  3. 3 Ortho-phthalaldehyde. ...
  4. 4 Hydrogen peroxide. ...
  5. 5 Peracetic acid. ...
  6. 6 Hydrogen peroxide/peracetic acid combination.
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What are the 7 steps of cleaning? ›

7 Step Cleaning Process
  1. Knock on Door/ Place wet floor sign outside work area.
  2. Empty trash and clean waste receptacle inside and out. ...
  3. High dust – Work counterclockwise around the room. ...
  4. Damp wipe surfaces. ...
  5. Stock supplies – soap, paper towels, toilet tissue.

How do you ventilate a room to prevent Covid? ›

Opening windows and doors is the easiest way of improving ventilation. Also open any window vents or grilles. Opening windows at opposite sides of the room or home is a good way of changing the air. If it is safe, try to keep windows and vents open during the day.

How long does coronavirus stay in the air 2022? ›

Another person can breathe in these aerosols and become infected with the virus. Aerosolized coronavirus can remain in the air for up to three hours.

Can Covid live on clothes? ›

But to date, there's no evidence the virus can survive on clothing. However, health experts recommend following these laundry tips if you or someone in your household has or is suspected of having COVID-19: Wash and dry clothing and linens according to the manufacturer's instructions.

How long is Omicron contagious? ›

We know that people tend to be most infectious early in the course of their infection. With Omicron, most transmission occurs during the one to two days before onset of symptoms, and in the two to three days afterwards.

Can you have Covid and test negative? ›

A negative result means it's likely you are not infectious. But a negative test is not a guarantee you do not have COVID-19 and there's still a chance you may be infectious. You should follow advice on how to avoid catching and spreading the virus.

Can you get Covid back to back? ›

Reinfection with the virus that causes COVID-19 means a person was infected, recovered, and then later became infected again. After recovering from COVID-19, most individuals will have some protection from repeat infections. However, reinfections do occur after COVID-19.

When does Covid get worse? ›

A person may have mild symptoms for about one week, then worsen rapidly. Let your doctor know if your symptoms quickly worsen over a short period of time.

Are you still contagious after 5 days of Covid? ›

They should wear a mask through day 10. A test-based strategy may be used to remove a mask sooner. People with moderate or severe COVID-19 should isolate through at least day 10. Those with severe COVID-19 may remain infectious beyond 10 days and may need to extend isolation for up to 20 days.

How long does Omicron symptoms last? ›

How long do omicron symptoms last? Most people who test positive with any variant of COVID-19 typically experience some symptoms for a couple weeks.

Are you still contagious after 7 days? ›

If you are significantly immunosuppressed, you are more likely to be infectious for longer than 7 days and may still be able to spread the virus. Follow these measures until day 14 following your positive test result to further reduce any remaining risk of spreading the virus.

How do I stop a Covid cough? ›

Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water and fluids. Use pillows at night to elevate your head for a dry cough. Take cough drops to soothe your throat. Use a cool mist humidifier with water only.

How do I keep my family safe at home? ›

Homeowners can use any of the following eight actions to improve their home's security and protect their family's safety.
  1. Secure Windows and Doors. ...
  2. Meet the Neighbors. ...
  3. Identify Resources and Create a Plan. ...
  4. Maintain Privacy. ...
  5. Use Timers and Lights. ...
  6. Be Wary of Strangers. ...
  7. Get the Kids a Dog. ...
  8. Consider a Home Security System.

What can you do at home with Covid? ›

As much as possible, stay in a specific room and away from other people and pets in your home. If possible, you should use a separate bathroom. If you need to be around other people or animals in or outside of the home, wear a well-fitting mask. Tell your close contacts that they may have been exposed to COVID-19.

Does airing out your house help with Covid? ›

Ensuring proper ventilation with outside air can help reduce the concentration of airborne contaminants, including viruses, indoors. Proper ventilation also reduces surface contamination by removing some virus particles before they can fall out of the air and land on surfaces.

What holds the most bacteria in your house? ›

The kitchen holds the title for “germiest place in the house”, where bacterial contamination is far more common than in the bathroom, for example: Kitchen rags, towels and sponges are notorious for bacterial contamination. The sink drain, sink and countertops are also frequently contaminated.

What are the two most contaminated rooms in your house? ›

A study conducted by the National Sanitation Foundation International uncovered exactly where the grime tends to be within homes. The kitchen is the dirtiest room in a house, but germs also collect in the bathrooms, particularly in toothbrushes.

What is the most germy thing in your house? ›

11 Germiest Places in Your Home
  • PHONE. Think about it – it goes everywhere with you. ...
  • KITCHEN SPONGE. The food, dirt, and grime that soaks into a kitchen sponge is insane, 10 million bacteria per square inch! ...
8 Apr 2020

How do I disinfect my whole house? ›

To disinfect, use an EPA-registered disinfecting product or a stronger bleach solution. Clean the surface with soap and water first. Always read the label of disinfecting products to make sure the products can be used on the type of surface you are disinfecting (such as a hard or soft surface).

How do I stop getting sick in my house? ›

Here are tips you can use to stay healthy and prevent the spread of germs while sharing a home with someone who's sick.
  1. Avoid sharing common spaces and personal items. ...
  2. Wash your hands. ...
  3. Avoid touching your face. ...
  4. Disinfect commonly touched surfaces every day. ...
  5. Do laundry often and with caution. ...
  6. Avoid having guests.
17 Apr 2020

How can I disinfect my room naturally? ›

The best natural disinfectants include alcohol, hydrogen peroxide, vinegar, hot water, and some essential oils. Evidence suggests that in some cases, many of these natural disinfectants can be as effective at killing germs as chemical cleaners like bleach.

Why is personal hygiene 10 important? ›

Maintaining hygiene practices reduces the spread of illness and risk of medical conditions caused by not taking care of yourself. It also increases self-confidence and positively impacts personal relationships. Keep reading for hygiene practices that help contribute to your overall health and wellness.

What are 5 hygiene rules? ›

Food and Kitchen Hygiene
  • Clean – keep yourself and work areas clean.
  • Separate – keep raw meat and other raw animal products away from other foods.
  • Cook – always properly cook and prepare foods.
  • Chill – store foods appropriately both before and after cooking.
14 Feb 2017

Why should we stay clean? ›

Good personal hygiene involves keeping all parts of the external body clean and healthy. It is important for maintaining both physical and mental health. In people with poor personal hygiene, the body provides an ideal environment for germs to grow, leaving it vulnerable to infection.

Why is it important to be clean? ›

Cleanliness is important, for it builds up a healthy environment that facilitates physical and mental well being and growth. Therefore, its individual as well as collective importance cannot be denied. Cleaning the environment is the key to existence and survival of life on planet earth.

What is the number one rule in the kitchen? ›

Thoroughly cook foods

One of the most important food hygiene rules is to ensure food is cooked properly. If undercooked, harmful bacteria could lead to food poisoning. These rules will help you avoid that: Cut into the food to check that it is cooked through.

What are the four golden rules in the kitchen? ›

My 5 Golden Rules of the Kitchen
  • Anything you cook at home will be good. ...
  • Read the recipe through before starting. ...
  • It's OK to serve dishes warm or at room temp. ...
  • Trust your senses. ...
  • Be safe about cleanliness. ...
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23 Mar 2020

What are the 5 tips to be safe in the kitchen? ›

Our Top 10 Tips For Safety in the Kitchen
  • Keep kids and pets out the way. ...
  • Don't rush. ...
  • Wipe up spills immediately. ...
  • Keep your oven clean. ...
  • Learn how to use knives. ...
  • Check that your oven and other kitchen appliances are turned off. ...
  • Keep a first aid kit in the kitchen. ...
  • Wear safe clothing and footwear.
16 Aug 2017

How do you sanitize the kitchen rules? ›

You can make your own homemade version by mixing a solution of 1 tablespoon of liquid chlorine bleach per gallon of water. You can also use commercial sanitizers or sanitizing wipes. The proper way to sanitize is to pour or spray the sanitizing solution on surfaces and wipe clean with a paper towel.

What are high risk foods? ›

Examples of high-risk foods include : Dairy products (milk, cream, cheese, yogurt, and products containing them such as cream pies and quiches) Eggs. Meat or meat products. Poultry.

What are the things we need to be careful for personal health? ›

It means being careful not to cough or sneeze on others, cleaning things that you touch if you are unwell, putting items such as tissues (that may have germs) into a bin, and using protection (like gloves or condoms) when you might be at risk of catching an infection.

What are the 6 rules of hygiene? ›

Over here we discuss 6 rules for maintaining good kitchen hygiene as the best modular kitchen brand in India:
  • 1) Wash your hands frequently. ...
  • 2) Cook meals thoroughly. ...
  • 3) Ensure proper food storage. ...
  • 4) Use a good dust bin. ...
  • 5) Avoid cross contamination. ...
  • 6) Clean the kitchen sink thoroughly.
7 Dec 2018

What is the most important part of personal hygiene? ›

Washing hands regularly is the single most important hygiene step in fighting the spread of bacteria and other germs.


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