Ground Zero for Hand Washing


As of April 15th, 2020, there have been roughly 2.03 million cases of COVID-19 around the world, which have resulted in over 129,000 deaths. The COVID-19 pandemic has already become one of the worst pandemics in history. To prevent further spreading of the infection, it is absolutely essential that businesses, hospitals, municipalities, schools, government agencies and other organizations have exceptionally hygienic bathrooms.


When bathrooms have a high level of cleanliness, it dramatically reduces the chances of people who use them to spread the virus to each other. Here are some of the best ways to make sure that the bathrooms in your building have the highest level of cleanliness.

The Critical Importance of Hygienic Bathrooms During the COVID-19 Pandemic


  1. Make sure your bathrooms have soap dispensers


Having soap dispensers that are adequately stocked is non-negotiable during the pandemic. A thorough hand-washing with soap can not only help to remove the virus from your hands, but it can actually kill the virus. It can be difficult to go through your entire day without touching surfaces that could potentially contain the virus. So, everyone should be washing their hands regularly for at least thirty seconds with soap, and all bathrooms should have fully stocked soap dispensers.


  1. Make sure your bathrooms have hand sanitizer dispensers


Just like having soap dispensers, having hand sanitizer dispensers placed in bathrooms is crucial for preventing the spread of the virus. Hand sanitizer has been proven to kill the COVID-19 virus. So, having it readily available in bathrooms is key for employees and other personnel to be able to use regularly in order to kill any viruses that may be on their hands. Having hand sanitizer dispensers gives people extra protection against infection.


  1. Clean floors and surfaces regularly


The floors and surfaces of the bathroom should be cleaned regularly with Clorox, bleach, Lysol, or another chemical or material that has coronavirus killing capabilities. Keeping floors and surfaces clean provides another layer of hygienic protection against COVID-19 that can help to keep employees and other personnel safe who may be using the restroom while at work, at the doctor’s office, or while in any other building.




The global COVID-19 pandemic is a major health problem that is causing immense harm around the world. If you want to give the people who enter your premises the best possible chance of staying protected from the virus, then you should strongly consider making sure your bathrooms have soap dispensers, hand sanitizer dispensers, and have their floors and surfaces cleaned regularly with a virus-killing cleaning solution.