Safety First

April – Virus Protection

Eye Safety

Simple preventative measures could mean the difference between staying healthy or getting a viral infection.

Keep Your Phone Clean

Studies have found the novel coronavirus, as well as other germs and bacteria, may be able to survive on some surfaces for up to nine days — and that may include your beloved phone. This is the device you handle constantly and often press to the side of your face, which means that any bacteria, virus or other germ that makes its way onto your phone or case could easily transfer to your skin. Use anti-bacterial wipes or a non-abrasive alcohol based (70% isopropyl) solvent to clean your phone and case. And considering the frequency that you touch your phone throughout the day – clean your phone daily.

Simple preventative measures could mean the difference between staying healthy or getting a viral infection.

5 Easy Steps to Stop the Spread

Currently there isn’t a vaccine yet for the COVID-19 coronavirus, and effective treatments are still being evaluated and developed, so the best chance to prevent the illness is to reduce your exposure to it.

 

IMPORTANT

The recent outbreak of the COVID-19 Coronavirus has made preventative measures a necessity. Doing your part to protect yourself from the Coronavirus keeps you and your family safe, as well as everyone you come in contact with, and will help control the spread of the virus. Do your part. Keep you and your family safe.

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Wash your hands with soap and water often and for at least 20 seconds.
Avoid touching your face – be aware of your hands when you have itchy eyes or nose.
Avoid contact with sick individuals – keep to social distancing during this time.
Cover your coughs and sneezes into your elbow or shoulder.
If you have a fever (100.4° or more), dry cough, fatigue – self-isolate. Seek medical attention when needed.