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Hospitals, government and private businesses can take steps now to help prepare for the COVID-19 emergency. 310 Dust Control owns 20 Infectious disease containment tents and portable washing stations that are available to assist in slowing the spread of COVID-19.

A major concern of public health officials is the number of people who think they have caught the Corona Virus, will overwhelm hospitals.

 

The University of Utah Hospital has erected special Emergency Department tents to assess people who think they may have caught the coronavirus. Hospitals putting up the tents intend to keep potential COVID-19 patients away from the rest of the hospital.

Infectious disease containment tent interiors are designed to closely resemble a brick and mortar hospital in order to reduce stress on patients and staff. With areas for, full hygienic services and other important features, isolation shelters are intended to have everything needed to respond quickly and efficiently to this infectious disease outbreak.

The Center for Disease Control has stated that the most effective step that can be taken to prevent getting infected and slowing the spread of COVID-19 is frequent hand washing. Unfortunately, many public and private venues do not have the facilities built in.

President of 310 Dust Control, James Cantdlme stated “Our experience in supporting disaster relief crews makes us well equipped to supply hospitals, government and private businesses with potable water, hand washing stations and infectious disease isolation chambers that can be deployed quickly, nationwide”.

310 Dust Control is an Arizona company with national contracts with the US Forrest Service and the State of Arizona for setting up disaster response facilities for extended periods of time.

Hospitals, Government Agencies and Private Businesses may contact James Cantdlme regarding deployment details at   602-390-0352 or james@310dustcontrol.com