After Trump leaves, Biden will have the White House disinfected
With President-elect Joe Biden scheduled to be sworn into office in 41 days, steps are being taken by the incoming White House workers to stop any infections.
Following the exit of President Trump in January and before the new Biden administration
steps in to prevent the outbreak of coronavirus, the White House will be properly disinfected.
Before Biden settles into the Oval Office, Politico reports, the General Services Administration will send a team that will "thoroughly clean and disinfect" any aspect of the White House affected by human hands, including chairs, doorknobs, handrails and light switches.
To clear any remaining droplets, a private contractor will also provide "disinfectant misting services."
The Biden team also plans to have a small employee working on site, with most of the workers working remotely from home.
Over the duration of the campaign and after his victory in the presidential election, Biden made an attempt to strictly adhere to the public health recommendations outlined by the CDC. As the U.S. epidemic continues to carry on, he has repeatedly emphasized the importance of social distancing and mask-wearing to the public.
information courtesy of : Politico