PHOTOS: Disinfecting a Shul in Lakewood

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  1. This was done as a precaution and not due to contamination. I would recommend all public places to do this as a precaution and to then limit entrance to people with any questions of health whom may compromise a public area.

  2. but if the youth are walking around as asymptomatic carriers they would need to do that type of cleaning after every davening. which is unrealistic.

  3. You do your best. Obviously this is not full proof but doing nothing is also not an option. Better to err on the side of caution. It costs money but when it comes to safety you don’t play around. Many Shuls and businesses doing it now as a precaution.

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