Killeen: School district sanitizes campuses to curtail flu

The Killeen ISD is sanitizing campuses to curtail the spread of flu and flu-like diseases. (MGN/file)
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KILLEEN, Texas (KWTX) The Killeen ISD is sanitizing campuses to curtail the spread of flu and flu-like diseases.

The district is also working with Fort Hood and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to ensure that “proactive measures are aligned with the recommended plan for flu and flu-like illnesses,” the district said in a press release Wednesday.

“Our facilities team is using hospital-grade sanitizer to thoroughly clean our campuses with an emphasis on touch zones which include doorknobs, railings, backs of chairs, water fountains and desks,” the district said.

“We are continuing to supply classrooms with hand sanitizer and encouraging students and staff to take appropriate hygiene measures. The district is supplying campuses with additional sanitizer wipes to regularly clean all technology devices including tablets, iPads, keyboards and monitors,” the district said.