No. Viruses are never contained to a particular area and many may become airborne. If there is an outbreak of MRSA, Norovirus, or any other highly infectious virus/bacteria you should highly consider treating the entire facility. For example; during an outbreak of Norovirus on a cruise ship a passenger can be infected for up to 72-hours before showing signs of infection (vomiting, diarrhea). During that incubation period, the virus can be spread to a much larger area. The CDC requires that if more than 3% of the ship’s population report illness, then the entire vessel shall require disinfection.
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