As we have entered the fifth week of social distancing and working from home, our people are staying up to date on the latest news. We also check-in with our clients and consultants regularly and send weekly business updates. After learning about the 5 Activities You Can Do At Home, we have gathered some guidelines from the CDC on How To Protect Yourself From COVID-19.
Step 1: Wash Your Hands
According to CDC guidelines, often washing your hands can reduce the chances of getting in contact with other germs.
Step 2: Don’t Touch Your Face
After washing your hands, make sure your hands stay away from your face.
Step 3: Sanitize
Keep your work station and house sanitized by cleaning often and washing surfaces.
Step 4: Work From Home
If you can work from home, work from home. This helps you to keep your team members safe and others. Another way to do this is by social distancing.
Step 5: Keep Your Distance
If you need to get groceries or necessities, make sure you keep your distance 6- feet away from people. Practice social distancing by reducing the need to go out to crowded places.
Step 6: Stay Home
The best way you can reduce the cases in the community is by staying home. Once there are no more cases, we can all go back to our normal lives.
Step 7: Stay Healthy, Helpful and Clam
We understand that everyone is going through a hard time right now, but we have to stay positive so we can overcome this challenge together. There are many people using social distancing as an opportunity to eat healthier by cooking at home and doing home workouts by watching youtube videos. Also, we have seen more people stepping out to help our healthcare professionals by donating masks, making protective suits and face shields, etc.
Step 8: Sending Good Vibes
Although we can’t go out to see our family, friends, and colleagues during social distancing. But we can always give them a call to check how they are doing. It is important to show people you care about them especially during this difficult time. We are all in this together and we will overcome this challenge if we all do our part.
Here are more guidelines from CDC:
- How to protect yourself & others
- What you need to know about washing hands
- If you think you are sick
Stay safe everyone!