People have asked me for my daily procedures to stay disinfected in NYC.
Here’s the core idea: Keep a “clean zone” — your disinfected home. Any surface outside of the “clean zone” is potentially contaminated and must be decontaminated before it enters the clean zone.
I live in a one-bedroom NYC apartment. This means everything outside my apartment’s door is a public space and presumed to be contaminated. Which includes trips to the garbage and to the lobby to retrieve mail and packages.