In assessing potential hazards, employers should consider whether or not their workers may encounter someone infected with COVID-19 in the course of their duties. Employers should also determine if workers could be exposed to environments (e.g., worksites) or materials (e.g., laboratory samples, waste) contaminated with the virus.
Depending on the work setting, employers may also rely on identification of sick individuals who have signs, symptoms, and/or a history of travel to COVID-19-affected areas that indicate potential infection with the virus, in order to help identify exposure risks for workers and implement appropriate control measures.
The CDC, EPA and OSHA websites have updated information that should be relied upon to determine the best course of action for your business.
The minimum you should be doing to fight the Coronavirus COVID-19 virus is daily/ nightly Sanitation or Disinfecting to assist with the remediation/ mitigation of the potential spread of this deadly virus.