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How Crime Scene Cleaners Are Disinfecting Hot Spot Areas From The Coronavirus

In the wake of the pandemic, cleaning companies known for crime scene and biohazard cleanup are being called in to disinfect hot-spot areas from the coronavirus. We followed Cory Chalmers, the CEO of Steri-Clean — a company that specializes in biohazard and crime-scene cleanup — to see what it takes to be on the front lines disinfecting sites potentially contaminated with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. For a day, he showed us what it looks like to be a professional cleaner during an outbreak.

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How Crime Scene Cleaners Are Disinfecting Hot Spot Areas From The Coronavirus

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