‘Enhanced cleaning’ isn’t the way to stop COVID. But some Bay Area transit agencies say they’ll keep doing it anyway

PLEASANTON, CA – APRIL 15: BART employee David Bradford uses a sprayer to sanitize the inside of a BART train at the Dublin/Pleasanton BART station in Pleasanton, Calif., on Thursday, April 15, 2021. The BART train is sanitized at the end of the line and then is secured for the evening all ready for the next day’s commute. It takes a crew of two about 30 minutes to sanitize a 10-car BART train. (Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Area News Group)

When the CDC updated guidelines this month to state that the risk of catching coronavirus from contaminated surfaces is low, it seemed to acknowledge what

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