Also, wash your hands!
It’s easy to forget about the new normal for a moment as you go about your day: You return from a quick trip to the grocery store and drop your reusable bags on the kitchen countertop, or your dog’s leash goes from resting on a bench at the park to resting on your dining table or the back of a chair.
Yep, you can bring germs into your home, no matter how much social distance you are maintaining during the novel coronavirus outbreak. And while you are hyper-aware that you need to wash your hands often, you also need to kick up your overall germ-killing game. To do so, it helps to know what in your home you should be cleaning and disinfecting and how often, as well as what products are effective in combating the virus.
(The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends daily cleaning and disinfection of frequently touched surfaces including doorknobs, light switches and more with a disinfection spray and disposable wipes.)