Respiratory Illness-Causing Germs:
Don’t Take on the Burden

Cold and Flu Season Will Be Different This Year

Last winter, there were few cases of flu and other respiratory illnesses. We head into this winter filled with questions about what our flu season may look like, and still face-to-face with the threat of COVID-19. Be prepared to protect the people in your facility, no matter what this respiratory illness season brings.

Cold & Flu Prevention Protocols

Destroy Germs with Clorox® Disinfecting Wipes

Co-workers do more than just share ideas, they share germs too. Cold and flu viruses can live on surfaces for days, so your office may have some unwanted visitors lurking about. Help protect against the spread of illness causing germs with Clorox® Disinfecting Wipes.

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Every year in the U.S., approximately 5–20% percent of the population gets the flu. That results in about $10.4 billion in medical costs and a $16.3 billion loss in earnings.

Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, www.cdc.gov/flu/about/qa/disease.htm

So Many Factors Go Into Maintaining Healthier and Safer Spaces

Cold and flu prevention requires a serious checklist:

  • • Cleaning & disinfecting surfaces.
  • • Washing hands.
  • • Staying home when you are sick.

By implementing a professional cleaning and disinfecting plan, you can rest assured that cold, flu and other respiratory viruses won’t linger in your facility. Help protect your space and save up to $700 when purchasing Clorox Professional Products with this end-user rebate.

Preventing the Flu Isn’t Just a Seasonal Battle

Preventing the spread of respiratory viruses is a job that never ends, which means you need a plan that offers protection 365 days a year. With year-round help from CloroxPro's proven product line, you can be confident you are protecting your facility from germs that cause cold, flu, and other respiratory virus like SARS-CoV-2, the cause of COVID-19.

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