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Current Health Advice

Johns Hopkins University has published a helpful article explaining social distancing and how working to “flatten the curve” of the virus now is so important for protecting the healthcare system and its workers from overburden later on.

Use these activities to help support you and your families’ wellbeing during this time of social distancing.


In addition:

  • Practice distance socializing. Avoid all non-essential movement outside your home.
  • Wash your hands frequently or use hand sanitizer products with +60% alcohol content.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid sharing household items like drinking glasses and eating utensils. Wash such items with soap and water between uses.
  • Cover your mouth when coughing and using tissues. If tissues are unavailable, sneeze or cough into your elbow or sleeve, not your hand. Dispose of all tissues responsibly in a bin. According to some health authorities, face masks are useful for sick individuals who are coughing or sneezing to keep from spreading germs. There is not a strong indication that wearing a facemask prohibits healthy people from contracting a virus.
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