How Big Businesses Get a ‘Deep Clean’
As other workplaces go online-only, traders continue to jostle on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. The building has started to be regularly sanitized to help protect against coronavirus.
The New York Times
The New York Stock Exchange wasn't built for social distancing, but it's still open, despite the coronavirus outbreak. On Friday, the building got the first of its now-weekly deep cleanings, the first time it was fully sanitized since it opened in 1903.
“They filled spray bottles and fanned out across the floor. They would be working until the morning. They would clean every surface that people had touched.” - the great
, on the
’s “deep clean”. #COVID19
And here's the NYSE getting a "deep clean" with biohazard disinfectant and other cleaning sprays/fluids.
was along for the ride.
The NYSE is staying open for now thanks to a crew of cleaners’ heroic disinfection efforts. They argue the symbolism of the bustling trading floor and the confidence it projects is too important to close down