Q: Which areas in non-health care settings should be prioritised for disinfection? A: Disinfection practices are important in reducing the potential for COVID-19 virus contamination in non-health settings, such as at home , office, schools, gyms, publicly accessible buildings, faith-based community centres, markets, transportation and business settings or restaurants. High-touch surfaces should be identified for priority disinfection in those non-health care settings. Q: What are safe and efficient cleaning and disinfection methods? A: Wash your hands with water and a soap. Use diluted or full strength, eco-friendly liquid soap to reduce the amount of all germs and chemicals. Soap works well on most viruses with proper washing, even better than alcohol-containing disinfectants, wipes, and gels because soap dissolves the fat membrane of the viruses. Q: What can we do to ensure that our home or office is clean? A: For each type of space the staff should follow their normal protocols. An application of disinfectants should be accompanied by washing, using an electrostatic fogger. Commercial cleaners for bactericidal and virucidal agents should be used regularly. Increased attention should be given to high-touch points such as handrails, door handles and light switches Q: What should I do to clean my place of work? A: There are multiple occasions when someone in their business should be using disinfecting services and an outbreak is definitely one of them. Recurring disinfecting services benefit high-traffic enterprises that see a lot of customers and employees every day. Facilities such as physicians ' offices, clinics , and hospitals will be much more concerned with preventing infections.