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EnSURE Touch helps keep reopened Eiffel Tower clean

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Europe is beginning to reopen after closing from the COVID-19 outbreak, but under strict rules about hygiene and monitoring cleanliness. Cafes and restaurants are open, outside and with distancing restrictions in place. Famous museums are starting to allow visits, too. And the Parisian icon, the Eiffel Tower, has reopened its lower (stair accessible) levels, with the help of Hygiena's EnSURE™ Touch Monitoring System. This CNN International story highlights how Paris is reopening, and follows a staff member as he cleans and uses EnSURE Touch to monitor telescopes, plexiglass and other surfaces at the Tour Eiffel. 

Watch the video here (the EnSURE Touch appears at about 45 seconds). 

In an article published in Hospitality Technology, Hygiena CEO Steven Nason outlines new cleaning and monitoring needs for hospitals and eateries. To reduce the risk of SARS-Cov2 and other infections, ATP monitoring can verify that cleaning efforts (especially under new guidelines from the World Health Organization and US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) are effective. You can read the article here

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"Today," a national Australian television news show on the country's Sydney-based Nine Network, featured a cleaning crew from Virgin Australia airlines, using the Hygiena SystemSure Plus ATP monitoring system to evaluate their cleaning efforts. The program interviewed Virgin's cleaning crew staff, who were using a new disinfectant intended to reduce contamination risks from microbes and even viruses like the SARS-Cov-2 (Coronavirus). 

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