As we all continue to strive to minimize the spread of the COVID-19 virus, it is important to remember our actions impact other people.
Follow guidelines set forth by the CDC such as avoiding crowded areas, staying home when you feel sick and not touching your mouth, nose or eyes with unclean hands. Following the three W’s are also a crucial part in slowing the spread of COVID-19. Utilize the tips below to learn and remember the Three W’s.
Follow the Three W’s
As the new year begins and the COVID-19 pandemic continues, there are plenty of things that we can do to help continue to minimize the spread of the virus in 2021. Staying home when we feel ill, not touching our mouth, nose or eyes with unclean hands and seeking medical attention when needed are a few ways that we can do our part to help mitigate the spread of the virus. The three W’s are also crucial in protecting yourself, your loved ones and others around you from the COVID-19 virus. Learn more about the three W’s below to do your part in slowing the spread of the virus during 2021.
The Three W’s
Wear Your Face Mask
It is crucial to wear a face mask or covering over your nose and mouth to limit your chance of contracting COVID-19 or unknowingly passing it on to someone else.
Watch Your Distance
Social distancing and staying six feet apart from other people can tremendously lower your chances of getting or passing on the virus to others.
Wash Your Hands
Washing your hands for at least 20 seconds after touching frequently touched surfaces and disinfecting frequently touched surfaces is a great way to keep unwanted germs away.
Today is National Son and Daughter Day and tomorrow is National Middle Child Day. While the pandemic may limit us from seeing our families in person, there are still plenty of ways to stay connected with your extended family or spend time together with your immediate family. Click the image below to go through our blogpost for ideas on how to safely stay in touch with family during the pandemic.
Memorial Day weekend is here! While there may not be any parades or neighborhood cookouts to attend, there are still plenty of ways to celebrate. This week’s newsletter outlines the many ways you can celebrate the holiday safely this year. Following the social distancing guidelines during this time is crucial for the safety of yourself and others around you. Click the image below to go through the links.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, it is crucial to continue practicing the social distancing guidelines outlined by your state. Striving to stay home as much as possible and when you do have to go out in public keeping at least a six foot distance between you and other people are important measures to take to help mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 virus. When we all work together to help slow the spread of the virus, the sooner we will be able to get back to our lives before the virus. Utilize the tips below to learn the do’s and don’ts of social distancing.
Do’s and Don’ts of Social Distancing
- Stay home
- Keep at least a six foot distance from you and others in public
- Go to grocery stores and pharmacies at non-peak hours
- Keep necessary doctor’s appointments
- Order online
- Keep a six foot distance from others if you go outdoors to exercise
- Keep your home limited to immediate family members and roommates
- Wear a face mask in public
- Have large gatherings
- Go to crowded places
- Schedule unnecessary appointments
- Exercise outdoors within six feet of others
- Have physical contact with people who are not living in your home
- Invite guests to your home
- Travel unnecessarily for leisure