Hospitals Get Major Clean in Bid to Fight Superbugs

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Two UK hospitals are being given a deep clean later this month. The West Kent Primary Care Trust hospitals, will be cleaned as part of the Government’s Deep Clean directive to help fight superbugs.

Livingstone Hospital and Gravesham Community Hospital are the lucky two hospitals that have been chosen. Each clean will last for between three and four days.

The Deep Clean directive has been introduced by the Department of Health to help reduce infections in hospitals across the country.

Chairman of the Patient Public Involvement Forum Diane Steltner has said: ‘Any form of cleaning is always good and a deep clean for a hospital is extra special.’

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