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11:01 a.m., Sept. 25, 2009----As part of the proactive effort to combat the H1N1 virus on campus, UD's custodial staff has received training to take extra steps in cleaning residence halls and classrooms and other academic buildings, according to John Warren, director of custodial services.
In addition to their customary cleaning, custodians are regularly disinfecting all touch-surfaces, including doorknobs, railings, light switches, desktops in classrooms, telephones and trash can lids. Bathrooms also are receiving more frequent cleaning and disinfection treatment.
Training classes were held on upgrading cleaning and disinfecting and personal precautions for the entire UD custodial staff, Warren said. The staff also has been equipped with protective gear, such as disposable gloves, hand sanitizers and masks to use when needed.