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A 'deep clean' has been ordered for a Brisbane hospital ward. What does that actually involve?

By Brett Mitchell, Professor of Nursing, University of Newcastle
Philip Russo, Associate Professor, Director Cabrini Monash University Department of Nursing Research, Monash University
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A deep clean involves cleaning objects or surfaces that may not be routinely cleaned, such as walls, ventilation ducts, curtains, carpets, and hard-to-reach places.

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