COVID-19 back-to-work checklist
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SubjectCOVID-19 (Disease)--South Carolina; South Carolina--Officials and employees--Safety measures--Government policy; South Carolina--Officials and employees--Health and hygiene--Government policy; Coronavirus infections--Government policy--South Carolina; Cleaning--Equipment and supplies; Protective clothing--South Carolina
As you work toward a phased re-entry of your employees to the workplace during and after the COVID-19 pandemic, here are some best practice cleaning guidelines that you can use in your owned facilities and that you can use to talk with your landlord or building manager about for any commercial space you occupy.
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