Some places aren't taking any chances with MRSA.
This season, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have had three documented cases of the serious staph infection resistant to some antibiotics: kicker Lawrence Tynes, guard Carl Nicks and cornerback Johnthan Banks.
So members of the Georgia Dome cleaning crew didn't spare any caution Sunday, after the Bucs fell to 0-6 with a 31-23 loss to the Atlanta Falcons.
Per WTVT Fox 13, workers entered the Bucs' locker room wearing hazmat suits to cleanse the area. They were instructed to use a special cleaning substance, presumably to rid any possible presence of the hard-to-beat infection.
As soon as Bucs left their lockeroom at the Georgia Dome cleaning crews came in dressed in hazmat suits. Told not to risk catching MRSA. Kevin ODonnell Fox13 (@ODonnellFox13) October 20, 2013
The Bucs cleaned their facility twice after cases involving Tynes and Nicks were reported in August. In addition, a specialist from the Duke Infection Control Outreach Network ...