Removing the BIOS may reset the BIOS. But you’ll have to wait for a while as the capacitors have to drain. The easier way is to locate the reset jumper on the motherboard. Usually you close the jumper and hit the power button, then open the jumper and turn the machine back on.
Check with your motherboard manfuacture BEFORE doing this to make sure that you are doing it correctly. Doing it wrong can short out the motherboard.
Once you get back into the machine you’ll want to get an Anti-Virus back on there and get the machines scanned.
Most virus writers won’t bother writing to the BIOS. Locking out a machine won’t help the virus spread or help with uploading your information to the virus writer so what would the point be.