Quote from Fliss
On my last placement if a patient who was been barrier nursed was discharged the curtains would be removed and replaced with clean ones, the bed would be stripped and cleaned, the floor, sink, locker and surfaces were cleaned and anything left in the room ie sharps boxes, rolls of tape, packets of wipes were all put in clinical waste.
That's how it's done where I work. The curtain around the bed is supposed to be replaced but it's not happening so I've notified ID. Here's what I found at the CDC website: Routine and Terminal Cleaning
The room, or cubicle, and bedside equipment of patients on Transmission-Based Precautions are cleaned using the same procedures used for patients on Standard Precautions, unless the infecting microorganism(s) and the amount of environmental contamination indicates special cleaning. In addition to thorough cleaning, adequate disinfection of bedside equipment and environmental surfaces (e.g., bedrails, bedside tables, carts, commodes, doorknobs, faucet handles) is indicated for certain pathogens, especially enterococci, which can survive in the inanimate environment for prolonged periods of time.(94) Patients admitted to hospital rooms that previously were occupied by patients infected or colonized with such pathogens are at increased risk of infection from contaminated environmental surfaces and bedside equipment if they have not been cleaned and disinfected adequately. The methods, thoroughness, and frequency of cleaning and the products used are determined by hospital policy.