US Department of Human Health Services has a list of state-by-state reopening guidance listed here:
During the Coronavirus Disease 19 (COVID-19) pandemic, keeping hands clean is especially important to help prevent the virus from spreading.
CDC recommends washing your hands for a minimum of 20 seconds
EPA's List N is a list of disinfectants the EPA has approved as likely to kill the virus that causes COVID-19. Remember: You must CLEAN before you disinfect, or you're not disinfecting effectively.
EPA List N Disinfectants for Use Against SARS COV2 (COVID19)
Plan, Prepare, and Respond for opening schools, below is a link to the CDC website specifically for School and Program Administrators
On May 20th, 2020 the Center for Disease Control hosted an hour-long call focused on K-12 and Childcare guidance key members from the CDC COVID-19 Response Team. Dr. Carolyn Wester, Ana Pejavara MPH, and Dr. Jennifer L. Murphy all part of the COVID-19 Response Team all presented helpful information and tips for school and childcare facilities, and answered questions that were submitted ahead of time.
Dr. Wester focused on the virus and community intervention and at-risk to provide guidance for states and local authorities to make decisions on how to mitigate risk in districts, and how to protect vulnerable populations.
Ana Pejavara, the lead for School and Childcare Community Intervention on the Response Team focused on four actionable areas for school administrators: promoting behaviors to reduce the spread, maintaining healthy environments, maintaining healthy operations, and preparing for when someone gets sick. Dr. Jennifer Murphy also participated on the call to provide guidance for cleaning and disinfecting of facilities.
She highlighted that each location should identify their own high touch areas on their unique campuses, and put into place a plan for cleaning and disinfecting these high touch point areas based on frequency of use.
High touch points such as Door handles, light switches, faucets, etc... should be cleaned and disinfected at least daily, and that additional frequencies may be needed depending on the number of people accessing these spaces and touching these objects.
A link to the CDC main page of the Covid-19 website, can be found below: