On the 19th July, the “Freedom Day” relieves many of the final restrictions still in place. This includes scrapping quarantine for fully vaccinated UK adults returning from amber list countries, face masks will not be compulsory and working from home guidance will be lifted.
Following the return to full capacity of Wembley Stadium for the EURO 2021 and Centre Court for Wimbledon, there is the potential for a rise in cases in the weeks following the events and the 19th July.
If offices have reopened and significant numbers of staff return, it is vital that the office premises are regularly disinfected to minimise any potential impact.
A UVD Robot from NESA Robotics kills 99.9999% of all bacteria and viruses on surfaces in the air. It also covers more areas in a much faster time frame than manual disinfectants including disinfecting 120 desks in 20 minutes.
The robot can be used to disinfect communal areas including kitchens and washrooms as well as other corporate areas like meeting rooms. The speed of disinfection and the lack of waiting after it is completed means that back-to-back meetings with staff and external clients are able to happen more frequently.
Regardless of whether employees return to the office full time or part time, it is vital that office spaces are as hygienic as possible to prevent office buildings closing down after the 19th July.
NESA Robotics are working with a number of top businesses in London including top 10 law firms to do exactly that, keep their offices open and encourage their employees to return. NESA Robotics has also supported two of the biggest UK travel hubs Heathrow Airport and St Pancras International.