Hi! How are you? “How are you?”, during this time that sweet and simple question means so much. We truly care about how you are doing and what you are going through. As we told a customer earlier this week “Business can wait, you are more important.” That being said, in this new world, we wanted to share a few ways that you can keep yourself, your loved ones, and the community-at-large safe during this time. 1. Continue to wash your hands on a regular basis.
Proper hand washing not only reduces the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), it can prevent the spread of other viral illnesses such as cold and flu. Please click here to see a video from Johns Hopkins on hand washing steps using the World Health Organization (WHO) technique.
If you are unable to wash your hands, please use an alcohol based hand sanitizer.
2. Remember to cover your cough or sneeze.
Years ago, we were taught to cover your cough or sneeze with your hand. This is no longer the case. The new prescribed method is to cover with your inner elbow. Please click here to see a video from Cone Health demonstrating how to do this.
3. Stay home as much as you can.
By staying home, you drastically minimize the chance of exposure to COVID-19. We certainly understand that you may have to go out for necessities but, if staying home is an option, please try to do so. 4. Keep a safe distance.
When you do go out, maintain a distance of 6 feet between yourself and others. This distance will also help to drastically minimize the chance of exposure to COVID-19. 5. Wear a face covering. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) now recommends that everyone in the general public wear a cloth mask in addition to continuing to follow social distancing guidelines when they must go out into public. Face masks/cloth masks can be difficult to find in stores. Therefore, we have found this video that demonstrates how one can be made at home. 6. If you are feeling unwell and/or have a fever, a cough, and difficulty breathing, seek medical attention.
Call in advance so that your medical facility can answer any of your questions and be prepared for your arrival.
7. Follow the directions given by your local health authority.
Your local health authority will have the most up-to-date information regarding your area and will be your best source of information.
We cannot wait to see you again and care for your home. But until that time, please continue to stay safe and healthy.
We are all in this together. If there is anything we can do to help you, please do not hesitate to reach out!
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