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People who are caring for someone who is infected with Covid-19 should wear disposable gloves when cleaning surfaces, washing dishes and doing laundry for a sick person, according to the CDC. When you’re coming in direct contact with an infected person, you’re directly exposed to more of the virus. (If gloves aren’t available, the CDC urges you to wash your hands after handling a sick person’s clothing or dishes.)
You should continue to disinfect surfaces that you touch with gloved hands, such as your doorknobs, counters and reusable bags.
While gloves aren’t a necessity at this point in time, one piece of gear the general population should definitely be wearing to prevent the spread of Covid-19 is a cloth face covering.