Wear a face covering
The CDC recommends people wear face coverings to ensure the safety of yourself and others. Face masks prevent bodily fluids from transmitting between two people. Even if you do not have symptoms, you could be asymptomatic and pass it to other people. A face mask will limit the amount of exposure you and other people get to the virus. KN95 masks offer medical-grade protection and limit up to 95% of particles.
Only grocery shop when necessary
Grocery stores have become some of the most populated areas right now. Avoiding these highly populated areas as much as possible ensures that you keep the proper social distancing requirements. When you do have to go to the grocery store, make sure to wear a mask and keep as much distance as you can from other patrons.
Social distancing has become the new norm for everyone. Keep at least a 6-foot distance between you and others to limit the amount of contact you have with people. The fewer people you come into contact with, the slower COVID-19 will spread.
Wash your hands every time you get home– use sanitizer when you can’t
Maintaining clean habits ensures your safety when it comes to the transmission of germs. Keep your hands clean and avoid touching your mouth, nose, and eyes to avoid getting any bacteria into the most sensitive areas of your body. If you cannot wash your hands, use hand sanitizer.
Wash surfaces like your car, phone, and home
Just like cleaning your hands, keeping your home, car, and phone is so essential to staying safe from COVID-19. All of these places are a breeding ground for germs. Your phone especially comes into contact with so many surfaces, cleaning it regularly, will help limit your contact with germs.
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