Post COVID-19 Cleaning and Disinfecting Guidance
On Kansas State University Campus
The purpose of this document is to provide guidance for cleaning and disinfection at Kansas State University. This guidance is based on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendations for Colleges, Universities, and Higher Learning
How COVID-19 spreads
Respiratory droplets mainly spread the virus that causes COVID-19. When someone infected with COVID-19 coughs or sneezes, respiratory droplets that contain the virus are expelled and can be breathed in by someone nearby. Although the virus cannot enter the body through the skin, the respiratory droplets carrying the virus can get into your airways or mucous membranes of your eyes, nose, or mouth to infect you. The virus can also be spread if you touch a surface contaminated with virus and then touch your eyes, nose, or mouth; although this is not the primary way, the virus spreads.
For additional information about the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19, visit websites for Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, the Riley County Health Department, Saline County Health Department, Johnson County Health Department, or other local county health departments.
When a student, faculty, or staff member becomes ill with suspect COVID-19 on campus
When someone on campus develops any symptoms of illness consistent with COVID-19 as listed on the CDC website.
■ Follow University guidelines.
■ When the university receives confirmation that a student or employee has had a positive COVID-19 diagnosis, there are important measures that will be promptly taken including contact tracing and facility disinfection.
■ Facility Customer Services at 785.532.6389 should be contacted for cleaning and disinfection of the space occupied by COVID suspect or positive individuals if it must be immediately re-occupied. Custodial Services COVID response team will clean and disinfect in accordance with CDC and Global Biorisk Advisory Council