We might ask, "in what way does the threat of germs affect suicide cleanup prices?". Germs lead to those questions that lead to a general answer: the prices are factored in as biohazard cleanup concerns. So to generalize, we know going into a suicide cleanup that germs exist and some are biohazardous, and some are benign.

Some germs, bacteria, and viruses that are sometimes deadly and create biohazardous conditions. Germs go way beyond the usual threats. Ebola comes to mind is one of the more severe threats. When it comes to blood-borne pathogens, it's hard to imagine a more wicked blood cleanup threat in the Ebola germs.


A new species called Ebola-Bundibugyo found its way into the human population in Uganda in December 2007. Over 149 cases where no one and of these 149 Ebola cases, 37 were deaths. Of course, these were not suicides as far as we know.

So how might we be concerned with Ebola involving suicides in California and other states?

Germs create one of those "two sides to the coin." On the one side, threats of Ebola to California suicide cleanup practitioners will remain minimal, overall. Ebola fails as a killer germ by killing its holster quickly. So at the moment, a bowler resides on the African continent. And we know from prior experience in Georgia when it struck the United States and became known rather quickly and isolated. It's victims fall ill, and the signs of the killer virus are well known.

Therefore, even before a suicide cleanup practitioner arrives on death scene, coroner employees will have had an opportunity to recognize the Ebola threat. On the other hand, Ebola germs may not cause danger because reaching the USA becomes problematic for these microscopic killers. A suicide cleanup practitioner will not typically reach an Ebola environment, then.

On the flipside of visible a coin, suicide victims infected by Ebola require cleaning by very special biohazard cleanup companies. For example, The reason is that the suicide cleanup company must have $100 million in insurance to clean after an Ebola victim's suicide. There are other risks besides a bowler we should consider. A Riverside biohazard cleanup company, by the way, may not even want to clean Ebola germs.

The word "germ" comes from Latin. It means "sprout." Germ is not a scientific term. Germs are microscopic and even submicroscopic creatures. Mostly, bacteria have our attention because these single-cell parasites may cause disease by causing runaway infections. Their host they become swallowed or inhaled at times become infectious other ways as well. Manchuria may release poisons. As a result, the toxins may enter the victim's body.

Viruses are also germs. They are even tinier than bacteria. Without a host, they go nowhere. So what they do is they become pirates and find a host. With this host and find ways to duplicate, multiply, and they are off to the races, causing havoc. Not all viruses cause illnesses in humans, though. We know that every human being on earth as at least one or more viruses unique to them. Viruses must also survive n the struggle for existence. The genetic codes may be simple compared to that of a human being; they are a crafty means of duplicating their powers to exists and unique environments.

Two other germs include the fungi and protozoa. These are not of great interest to the suicide cleanup practice. The ones that hurt us are called "pathogens." This word is also from the significant demands of the disease, pathos.

Thanks to antibiotics, we can throw a curveball in the direction of pathogenic bacteria without causing damage to our selves. We have very few effective antiviral drugs by the way. So we must use our antiviral drugs judiciously. We create these antiviral jobs from safe pieces of the invading virus to trigger our immune system provided head. "Forewarned is for our" applies to our biological defense systems.

It's okay to thousand years of trial and error before our medical practices arrived at today's medical science. Thanks to the work of the Dutch scientist Antonie van Leeuwenhoek (pronounced "layvenhook"), we have the power of the microscope. With this power, we have unlocked the world of freshwater and me friendly in not so friendly critters with them. In 1674 Leeuwenhoek pronounce the word "animalcules" to signify the creators of the microscopic world. Humanity has never looked back on the progress of the war against germs.

Added Los Angeles County suicide cleanup prices on July, 2, 2019.

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