Royal Restrooms Mobilizes Sanitization Zones for High Risk Locations in Response to Coronavirus

Royal Restrooms Mobilizes Sanitization Zones for High Risk Locations in Response to Coronavirus

royal_restrooms-stall-platinum.jpgAs part of President Trump’s mandate for hospitals and locations frequented by high risk individuals to construct an emergency management plan, Royal Restrooms is reserving restrooms for the highest priority clients. Locations such as nursing homes, medical facilities, and childcare providers are currently taking precedence. Royal Restrooms is offering restrooms with hot and cold running water sinks as well as flushing toilets.  

Royal Restrooms is working with health care officials to create and manage a system of containment, offering locations with high risk individuals the opportunity to set up sanitation zones. These sanitation zones can be mobilized outside sensitive areas where individuals with compromised immune systems may be located. 

By offering staff, visitors, vendors, and delivery personnel a “triage” location to wash hands and sanitize themselves before entering the sanitized zone, the hope is to create a safe buffer layer. In keeping with the CDC’s recommendation of handwashing with soap and running water for 20 seconds to combat the Coronavirus, this buffer layer is essential but obtainable.  

In addition, if a business or organization currently has an event or remodel scheduled, Royal Restrooms is able to outfit it with restrooms, hand washing stations, or “sanitation stations” (mobile hand sanitizing stations) that may ensure that guests or clients will feel secure as well as be safe.  

“We stand together with you during this crisis and you can continue to rely on us during this virus outbreak,” says Co-Founder, David Sauers. 

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