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Coronavirus News: New Yorker Hotel housing frontline medical workers using Footwear Sanitizing Stations
According to study, over 75% of people carry deadly pathogens on the soles of their shoes
John Bolte from PathO3Gen Solutions discusses the development of footwear sanitizing stations
Evaluation of Hospital Floors as a Potential Source of Pathogen Dissemination Using a Nonpathogenic Virus as a Surrogate Marker
CDC Study Shows COVID-19 Spreads Through Footwear
Coronavirus can survive on shoes for up to 5 days, experts warn.
Bacteria on the Soles of Patient-Issued Nonskid Slipper Socks: An Overlooked Pathogen Spread Threat?
You Can Get Sick From Germs on Hospital Floors
C. diff Travels on the Soles of our Shoes
Shoe sanitizing station fights bacteria in hospitals
Can a device that sanitizes shoes help prevent the spread of COVID-19?
Hotels become barracks for health workers ‘going to war’
Are floors an underappreciated risk of pathogen dissemination?
Patient shoe covers: Transferring bacteria from the floor onto surgical bedsheets
Bay Area Company Focusing on Shoe Sanitation
Shoe Sole and Floor Contamination: A New Consideration in the Environmental Hygiene Challenge for Hospitals
PathO3Gen Solutions shoe sanitizing stations put to work at Florida hospital