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As schools and colleges re-open, here are some simple solutions to help reduce the spread of germs1 at K-12 and higher education facilities.
This includes electronic devices, books, games, learning aids and other class equipment. If shared, clean/disinfect between use.
Teach the importance of washing before/after touching the eyes, nose, or mouth.4
Keep it clean.
Encourage use of disinfectant wipes on personal items like cell phones, and work/living spaces as appropriate.
Ensure adequate hygiene supplies.
Provide enough soap, hand sanitizer, paper towels, toilet paper, facial tissue, disinfectant wipes, and face coverings (as feasible).
Improve hygiene on the go.
Routinely clean and disinfect frequent touchpoints on school buses, including surfaces commonly touched by the operator.5
If showing symptoms, don’t come to the campus or school.
If someone has a fever, cough, trouble breathing or other symptoms, they should stay home and seek medical advice.6
Kimberly-Clark Professional offers a full range of products, including touchless dispensers, designed to help school systems and universities reduce cross-contamination and maximize hygiene and efficiency throughout campus.