Flatten The Curve
Here are some guidelines to help you ensure that you are doing your part to help slow the spread of coronavirus. It is extremely important that we all do our part to overcome this obstacle.
What You Can Do
These are some of the most important steps you can take to slow the spread of coronavirus.
This is the most important step you can take to help contain the spread and protect the vulnerable members of your community.
Wash your hands
If you do have to go out for groceries or something else essential, make sure to thoroughly wash your hands after.
A healthy immune system can make the difference between a visit to the hospital and the ability to heal at home.
Clean & disinfect
Door handles, packages, mail.. it may sound like overkill but we must take extreme measures to prevent the virus spreading.
Stay 6ft apart
If you must go out for essentials, try to stay at least 6 feet apart from anyone you meet so you don’t spread the virus.
Don't touch your face
If You haven’t just washed your hands, don’t touch your face. We don’t know yet how long the virus can live on surfaces.
Use these resources to keep yourself and your family safe.
Official CDC Prevention
Learn how it spreads, the steps you can take to protect yourself and others, how to identify symptoms, what to do if you are sick, travel guidelines, frequently asked questions and more.
How to care for those most at risk:
COVID-19 is a new disease and there is limited information regarding risk factors for severe disease. Based on currently available information and clinical expertise, older adults and people of any age who have serious underlying medical conditions might be at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19.
Disinfectants to use to prevent the spread:
When purchasing a product, check if its EPA registration number is included on this list. If it is, you have a match and the product can be used against SARS-CoV-2. You can find this number on the product label – just look for the EPA Reg. No.
How to Talk to Your Kids About Coronavirus
“Because my kids are young, I kept it simple. “You know what it’s like to have a cold or the flu — how sometimes you get a cough or have a fever? This is kind of like that. Most people who catch this sickness stay home, rest and get all better. And we have wonderful doctors and nurses who can help people when they need it.”