As COVID-19 Cases Increased, Hudson Elementary Custodians Used GenEon OSG Technology
April 22, 2020
Hudson – As coronavirus cases across the country ramped up in late February and early March, district leaders had custodians manually wipe down high touch surfaces and use the same mist machine they used to sanitize Mulready in January.
That mister is a portable contraption resembling a leaf blower. It's manufactured by the company GenEon and had, Provost said, been used in smaller situations even before this year when the district noted spikes in noroviruses or other illnesses in schools.
According to company advertisements, the mist machine is designed to sanitize large open spaces like classrooms without the need for copious amounts of harsh chemicals. With the flu, Provost said, its use had immediate results.
"I think [the flu] ended quickly because we were very proactive about what we were doing," she said. "We were [cleaning] religiously every night…Everything was covered."
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